Yesterday, I read a chapter from Louise Hay's book called critical thinking. It discussed how you judge yourself or others starting with how you observed your parents judge and criticize. There was a part that discussed anger and how you deal with anger. I have always been the type to hold in my anger for the most part. I found that I had a very hard time forgiving others because I was always so full of that anger I was keeping inside. Louise suggests writing a letter to someone who you are angry with. She then says to read the letter once, fold it and write on the outside, "What I really want is your love and approval." Then, burn the letter and release it. I have been getting better with expressing myself when I am angry, however, there was someone who still consumes my thoughts from time to time. I decided to write her a letter, telling her how I was hurt, apologizing for things I was at fault for and wishing her the best of luck in the future. It felt amazing to get all of that anger out of my body and onto the paper and then burning the letter to set it free. It felt like a ton of bricks have been lifted off of my shoulders. Thanks again Louise for your inspiration! Have a great day!