When we distract ourselves from situations so we don’t have to think about them; emotions swell just beneath. These emotions are allowed to run wild and cause us to strongly react to those we love.
All pain eventually leads to anger because we get tired of feeling the pain and we get mad at ourselves for feeling it- it becomes shame for not being able to stop it. This repressed anger then spills over into our lives leaving us confused as to why we just over reacted, yelled, exploded.
It is important to connect with the emotion before it turns to anger; or to understand that the anger is masking something deeper. Once we can isolate the emotion, it’s secrets as to why it is yelling becomes clear.
Repressed emotions, unaccounted for, create physical manifestations; first in the form of stress in our face and neck… then leading to stomach issues as it gets pushed down deeper. Prolonged forced ignorance of these emotional factors can lead to illness, depression and fatigue.