Resentments Are Toxic to Relationships
Repeated experiences of slights and mistreatments that are unresolved build resentment in relationships.
When we address them along the way, they have less power over us and our relationships have a better opportunity to function at their best.
Resolving built up resentments is a more challenging task but worthy of our attention.
Resentment is usually built over time with unresolved conflict and mistreatment.
Resentment is a consistent disappointment, hurt and anger that erodes relationships.
Ways to Address Resentments:
Resentments are toxic to our relationships with others and ourselves.
Resentments can also come from personalizing others' in/actions in ways that reinforce our core beliefs.
Being curious and compassionate with our resentment allows us clarity in how to address it.