Revenge is a common theme in the movies and something that many moms seek to get when they have been done wrong.
There’s something satisfying about watching the wronged hero make everything right by destroying his enemy. You might even fantasize about doing the same in your own life, though on a smaller scale. Revenge is not an intelligent solution. It solves nothing and creates additional challenges including more stress in your life.
There are several disadvantages to revenge:
Revenge isn’t a good solution to any challenge or hurt. There are wiser and more effective ways to handle your anger and pain.
What to do instead of getting revenge:
Revenge has been a theme of movies, books, and plays. It’s a common theme in history and a natural human reaction. However, revenge seems like a better idea than it really is. Revenge hurts you more than it does the other person. Leave revenge for the movies. Forgive those that have wronged you and enjoy your life.
And remember what Gods says about revenge: “I will take revenge; I will pay them back. In due time their feet will slip. Their day of disaster will arrive, and their destiny will overtake them.” Deuteronomy 32:35
Rachale Kelley is a life and online business coach who believes every parent should have a way to escape their 9-5 so that they can have more time freedom with their family, including having access to systems and strategies that will keep them from becoming overwhelmed while pursuing their dreams.
5 Things You Must Do For Your Family To Succeed
Is Success The Key to Happiness?
Top 10 Tips for College Success
Top 10 Strategies for Overcoming Overwhelm
The Real Effects of Negative Thinking
The Modern Rules of Job Search Etiquette
Stop Worrying About What Others Think and Live Free
Small Things That Affect Your Stress Level