Because we’re human, anger and foul moods are a normal part of life, they but need not be shameful or destructive. They can be navigated and managed successfully, with little or no harm to anyone. One way to pull out of a bad mood is not to fight it–that can make things worse. Look for the lesson. Was there a trigger for the bad mood? Is there a hidden blessing, or something to be learned? Sometimes negative consequences are opportunities for learning and growth. Give yourself a mental time out. Let loved ones know that you’re not at your best and hold your tongue, so you don’t say things you’ll regret later.
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