Category Archives: Anger

This Week’s Question: Dear Anne, I will make this brief.  I get really frustrated and angry with my husband for his affairs and it seems to me that he plays the victim.  Not always but I don’t want to hear about his addiction.  Unfortunately my anger has gotten bad and I have been trying for […]   Read more »

I want to make him/her hurt as bad as I hurt! I want my spouse to know how it feels! So you’re thinking of having a revenge affair. I understand. I thought about doing that too. After all … Why play by the rules anymore? Playing by the rules didn’t get me what I wanted. […]   Read more »

Question: Last weekend was 33 years that we have been married. WE are, I am, four years past discovery day. I want to ask of you, did you ever feel just apathetic? Anne, what was the silver bullet, that slay your affair demons – those mental struggles you have? Do you at this stage get […]   Read more »

WARNING AFFAIR SURVIVORS!!! Avoiding bitterness after an affair is one of the most difficult things you will ever go through, but do not let yourself become another Gloria! We’ve all met people like her. I remember working in retail sales in a major department store in a section of ladies wear, where the elderly women […]   Read more »

“Anyone can become angry – that is easy.  BUT to be angry with the right person, to the right degree, at the right time, for the right purpose, and in the right way – this is not easy.”  Aristotle Anger is an emotion, but did you know that it is a secondary emotion? Anger hides […]   Read more »

Be Ye Angry, and Sin Not! – Ephesians 4:26  Being angry is not wrong. It is a healthy and an appropriate emotional response to injustice. Anger is pain turned outward. Anger serves a constructive purpose in bringing about healing. However, anger needs to be channeled in healthy and constructive ways. A key to recovering from […]   Read more »