Struggling With Compassion?
If you're feeling resentful or angry - here's a way to let it go and get back to feeling good.
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Do you struggle to find compassion for your loved one who drinks too much or suffers from addiction? Do you find yourself feeling resentful? For years, I would feel so hurt that my ex-husband would choose to drugs and alcohol over me.
I would get irritated at the little things. Most of the time, I felt discontent (even during the short breaks of sobriety), and I felt bitter because my life was being taken over by addiction and had become such a mess.
We used to have to schedule our weekends around his drinking or partying. When I wanted to spend the day running errands to Home Depot or Target, he wanted to go to the sports bar and drink.
But being angry at the one you love most of the time isn’t healthy. So, how do we overcome feelings of resentment?
Here’s 4 practical ways to feel better…
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