Surviving in a Anger-filled House

Take note, I used the word “house” instead of “home.”

It can never be called a home unless it is full of love, unless it is the place where you can find your peace, where you can see yourself physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually safe.

And if you are asking yourself how can you survive in this kind of set-up, the answer is there is no way you can survive in this kind of environment. Maybe yes, physically, you can. But it will be to the detriment of your whole being.

It’s true that your parents may have provided for you financially but getting financial support from them is not a valid reason for them to abuse you mentally and emotionally.

It is not a valid reason for them to disregard what you feel. It is not a valid reason for them to tell you that they have already done their responsibility.

It is not a valid reason for them to discredit your depression.

Talk to them, open up what you really feel toward them, in the nicest way you can do it. If they listen, good. If they don’t, leave.

The everyday pain will not make you better in the end. The struggles will not improve you as a person.

Anger is a poison and taking in so much of it will not just poison you but will make you poisonous to others too.

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