Are You Sabotaging Your Marriage?

November 17, 2010  |  

Bitterness is a hateful and spiteful condition of the heart that evolves out of being wronged or thinking that one has been mistreated.  It involves continual contemplation of hurtful things done to you, which typically results in displaced anger that never seems to go away.  Within the context of marriage, there are a plethora of wives who dwell on what their husbands have done to them, which continuously feed the poisonous root of bitterness.  Left unchecked, this poisonous root can lead to unhealthy harvests of emotional pain, arguments, wrath and ultimately divorce, in some instances.

The following list of bitter thoughts is not all-inclusive, but these rationalizations do represent some of the worst that wives can dwell and act upon relative to their marriage.  In lieu of letting bitterness adversely affect your health and your marriage, it is important to cast away such negative thoughts when wronged and to let go of your anger before the sun goes down each day.

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