There are many times during our lives that we experience anger, frustration and anxiety, either in ourselves or witness in someone else. Examples like co-workers being too loud or too nosy. Family members leaving chores unfinished or items where they shouldn't be. How about when we're grocery shopping, driving, listening to the radio, or even getting the mail? Our emotions can bounce around like a microwave bag of popcorn until all of a sudden, BOOM. it's too late and you just lost your cool.
My husband and I adopted "Rosie" from the Goodhue County Humane Society when she was almost 5 years old. I just so happened to be present when she was brought into the shelter. She came in on a beautiful October afternoon.
A recipe for disaster: • Months of internal masking of depression (must be sifted for best effect) • A ton of responsibility (no such thing as too much responsibility) • A half ton or rejection or failure • Load in a bunch of changes (season to taste, some like changes) • Add a daily dose of poor diet • A snippet of negative attitude (careful because a little bit goes a long way) • Simmer for two weeks • Sprinkle with "caring what others think of you" In time you will have an enormous disaster on your hands. Enjoy!