Angry Conversations…

Have you ever noticed that in some people every conversation is an argument? I am not talking at the top of your lungs yelling emotional arguments. I am referring to the kind where perhaps instead of really listening to one another and commenting on each others feelings and understanding it is simply a debate of knowledge.

I can’t quite pin point it, but to me this sort is conversation really annoys me. I have a tendency to hop on board the argument and come away from the conversation some what angry an fired up with out even knowing why! I never feel satisfied with the time I have spent with the other person and leave feeling empty.Angry Conversation

Why is it that for some the only way of communication is anger? Is it that they are hurting so much inside, that they are so angry with something or someone that the only emotion they understand us anger? And more importantly why do I get caught up in that emotion?

Anger is my poison.  With everything I have inside of me I am attempting to remove anger from my life because I believe that perhaps in some situations when we have an angry conversation we are in fact only reflecting our own emotions on the conversation, the situation, or perhaps on the person…

I know that I do not want to harbour anger anymore. That when these angry conversations occur in my life I want to know for 100% certainty that it is not my anger that is being reflected in the conversation. The anger that I harbour is like a poison that streams through my blood at the moment that must be syphoned out and replaced by pure blood. I know that I must focus on working toward forgiveness in order to remove these angry conversations I have with some of those in my life. It may be that the anger is reflected on me however because of my own anger I am allowing the situation to worsen.

I believe we all must learn that holding on to our  subconscience anger is not the best we can be. I believe that we may all have a tendency to reflect anger onto other people and the conversations that we have then have the tendency to leave us unsatisfied and perhaps even unhappy. It is not who we are designed to be. Anger isn’t placed in our hearts for heavenly reasons and if we at least eliminate our anger we are eliminating half the problem…

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