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When You Feel Anger Towards Your Chronic Illness

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I wanted to talk about something today that might be relatable to you — anger toward your chronic illness. Whether it’s one or several illnesses you have, if one hits you more mentally or physically, it all starts to build up.

You feel the tension inside you building, like someone slowly stacking blocks up and up and up. Until they all come tumbling down, destroying everything in its path and it doesn’t care what kind of damage it leaves behind.

It just has one mission and that is to fall. This is how I recently felt with my anger. I felt it slowly building up internally and rather than really taking the time to sit with it, trying to work it out and find ways to release it or let it go — I held onto it.

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