When thinking about life, depression, and anxiety, many people seem to think that their resentment is justified. Of course, it is justified, but one should shift their mindset to ask themselves if they even want to be resentful. Resentment can lead to many woes, such as bad sex life, poor school or work performance, health ailments, violence, and an overall shortened lifespan. Resentment can happen at any place and at any time. While it is normal to experience these feelings, it is important to try to break bad resentment habits. If one tries to make the effort to recognize their resentment, it will lead to an overall higher quality of life.
- Holding on to resentments toward other people can make you angry, depressed, anxious and lead to overall bad health.
- Resentment is a feeling that you were treated unfairly and functions in a hard to break chain.
- It takes a lot of effort to drag the “chain of resentment” and it will often sneak up on you.
“A lot of your resentment isn’t even your own; you probably caught it from someone else.”