It’s a sad reality that some of us may never get the answers to the questions we have about our lives and why. For those of us who hold on to issues that we cannot change, we should try to let go.
It has been necessary for me to change my perceptions; close those unhappy chapters and turn a corner, instead of staying stuck in the past and apportioning blame at the people I could feel most angry at.
The irony is that being angry doesn’t help find us answers; being angry means we’re more likely to point the finger and continue to blame others for where we are in our lives.
Initially, someone else may be to blame but the buck always stops with us. I have seen first-hand how blame leads to resentment; resentment leads to stress and stress leads to illness. There’s no point to it, particularly if it makes us ill.