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Who said let your past make you better not bitter?

Who said let your past make you better not bitter?

Quote by Jackie: β€œLet your past make you better, not bitter.”

How can I be better not bitter?

Here are 10 practical ways to be better instead of bitter.

  1. Choose Joy. And I’m not talking about happiness.
  2. Grieve, But Get Back Up. Grief is a normal response to a tragic situation.
  3. Pick Your Friends Wisely.
  4. Keep The Faith.
  5. Have Hope.
  6. Be Intentional.
  7. Find The Lesson.
  8. Count Your Blessings.

Is bitterness an emotion?

Resentment (also called ranklement or bitterness) is a complex, multilayered emotion that has been described as a mixture of disappointment, disgust, anger, and fear. Other psychologists consider it a mood or as a secondary emotion (including cognitive elements) that can be elicited in the face of insult and/or injury.

Do better not bitter?

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What does the Bible says about bitterness?

A bitter heart finds no peace like a forgiving heart. It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs.

Why bitterness isn’t all bad?

It turns out that we humans have bitterness taste receptors in our nasal passages as well as our mouths; the ones in the nose aren’t wired up to give us taste sensations, but when activated, they release nitric oxide as one more part of our body’s immune response.

Why are you so bitter meaning?

Someone who is bitter is angry and unhappy because they cannot forget bad things that happened in the past: I feel very bitter about my childhood and all that I went through.

What does God say about anger and bitterness?

“Let all bitterness and wrath and anger and clamor and slander be put away from you, along with all malice.” “Fathers, do not provoke your children to anger, but bring them up in the discipline and instruction of the Lord.” “…for the anger of man does not produce the righteousness of God.”

What are the consequences of bitterness?

The latest research to give credence to the link between state of mind and health is a recent study from Concordia University that has found constant bitterness can make a person ill. Holding on to bitterness can affect metabolism, immune response or organ function and lead to physical disease, researchers say.

What are the dangers of bitterness?

What is a bitter person like?

Someone who’s bitter holds grudges, is often jealous, and generally focuses on the dark side of life. Even someone who has it all – the job, the security, the family, the partner, the friends, the money, and the long holidays – can still end up feeling bitter.

What does the Bible say about letting go of bitterness?

One of the hardest things to do in life is to let go of bitter feelings towards others, ourselves, and God. Romans 12:19 commands us not to seek revenge, but instead to let God avenge.