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Rethink Life

Anger, Apology and Forgiveness


Published: December 30, 2013
Originally recorded: May 17, 2011

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Lesson Highlights

  • Identifying the model for our life: being a victim or living a life beyond drama
  • Anger: a reaction to our feeling of being wronged
  • Three types of anger:
    1. Hasty and sudden: connect to the impulse for self preservation, occurs tormented or trapped
    2. Settled and deliberate: a reaction to perceived deliberate harm or unfair treatment
    3. Dispositional: relates to personal character traits like irritability
  • Identifying the primary emotion that causes our anger: anger emerges when we feel fear, hurt, frustration or powerless
  • The effects of anger on our body
  • Holding people accountable is not the same as blaming them for how you feel
  • Three ways to get out of victim mentality:
    1. Acting loyal
    2. Expressing anger
    3. Exit
  • Giving away our power through blame
  • Creating grievance stories: describing painful things we endure, but do not heal from
  • Empathy and giving the benefit of the doubt
  • Choosing what we worship
  • The way we behave towards others is the way the Creator behaves towards us


Lesson Description

In this lesson, Monica explains that the way we behave towards others is the way the Creator behaves towards us.


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