Why it’s important to express your emotions | Bulimia & Binge Eating Expert #shorts

One of the most detrimental emotions that people tend to repress is anger.

We repress anger because we’ve been taught that it’s not good to be angry, because we would get in trouble for being angry as children, because it’s not healthy to be angry.

While it’s true that it isn’t healthy to be angry all the time, and it’s not pleasant for others (or yourself) to deal with an angry person, there are healthy expressions of anger that when released, can provide relief both emotionally and physically.

If you hold it in, it doesn’t just disappear, it turns into resentment, and that resentment can often turn against yourself, into self-hatred, self-destructive behaviours, and your own body turning against you.

You may not realise you’re holding onto anger, but in some ways we all are holding onto at least a little bit. I was holding onto a lot more than I even realised myself and releasing that anger was a game-changer for me in my own recovery.

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