What diseases come from unspoken grievances

Being offend­ed is com­mon to every­one with­out excep­tion. But if you can­not cope with this feel­ing, if you accu­mu­late resent­ment in your­self, then they destroy you from the inside. And some­times cause seri­ous ill­ness. Find out what dis­eases come from resent­ment.

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We all react to insults in dif­fer­ent ways: some­one gets angry, screams, splash­es out neg­a­tiv­i­ty on oth­ers, and some­one gets upset, sad, with­draws into him­self. There are those who do not show it and hide their expe­ri­ences some­where deep inside. At the same time, unspo­ken resent­ment that eats a per­son from the inside can grow, accu­mu­late and even­tu­al­ly result in dan­ger­ous dis­eases.

Diseases from resentment

1. Oncology

Such a seri­ous dis­ease as can­cer often aris­es from stress, from accu­mu­lat­ed neg­a­tive emo­tions. Unspo­ken resent­ment is one of the strongest neg­a­tive emo­tions. If you often repeat the phras­es “Some­thing gnaws at me”, “Poi­sons life”, “Tired to death”, if you feel that some­thing is eat­ing you from the inside, then there is a threat that it can devel­op into a tumor.

2. Diseases of the gastrointestinal tract

Stom­ach prob­lems can begin if you are offend­ed by your part­ner, do not want to accept the opin­ions of oth­ers, and show self­ish­ness. “I can’t digest it”, “You are sit­ting in my liv­er” — such phras­es may sig­nal that it is time for you to deal with your griev­ances, oth­er­wise health prob­lems are inevitable.

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3. Arthritis

Joint prob­lems can arise in response to fre­quent unfair crit­i­cism, ridicule and attacks from oth­ers. If from resent­ment and despair you get the feel­ing that your legs are buck­ling, you say aloud or men­tal­ly the phras­es “Knocked the ground out from under your feet”, “Already your legs buck­led” — there is a risk of devel­op­ing arthri­tis.

4. Obesity

Excess weight, and as a result, obe­si­ty often aris­es from the desire to prove to some­one their impor­tance, inde­pen­dence, author­i­ty. Most of the prob­lems arise because of resent­ment at the par­ents who con­trol you. It is impor­tant for you to prove that you also have weight in soci­ety, your opin­ion must be tak­en into account, you are not an emp­ty place. The result is extra pounds.

5. Asthma, bronchitis

“Like a bone in the throat”, “There is a lump in the throat”, “This is already across my throat” — famil­iar phras­es? If you are over­whelmed with bor­ing unspo­ken griev­ances, lit­er­al­ly squeez­ing your throat and chest, then this will inevitably affect the state of your res­pi­ra­to­ry sys­tem. There may be prob­lems with the throat, voice, lungs, up to bronchial asth­ma.

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6. Visual impairment

If resent­ment blinds your eyes and you often say: “My eyes would not see you”, “It hurts to look”, “Like an eye­sore”, then your vision is under attack. Often, the accu­mu­lat­ed resent­ment pro­vokes the devel­op­ment of glau­co­ma, cataracts, and a gen­er­al dete­ri­o­ra­tion in vision.

7. Diseases of the heart and blood vessels

Heart prob­lems are caused by manip­u­la­tive resent­ment, with which you are try­ing to influ­ence peo­ple in order to achieve your goals. “Heart breaks”, “Like a knife to the heart”, “I’m already pound­ing”, “Patience has burst” — you are sure that you have been treat­ed unfair­ly and you are demon­strat­ing your resent­ment. All this leads to mal­func­tions in the car­dio­vas­cu­lar sys­tem.

How to let go of resentment

In order not to expose your­self to the risk of dan­ger­ous dis­eases, learn to let go and not accu­mu­late resent­ment.

  • Ana­lyze your resent­ment. Try to under­stand who you are exact­ly offend­ed by — your­self or oth­ers. Think about what trig­gered neg­a­tive emo­tions in you. Think not about why they did that to you, but why you react­ed the way you did.
  • When you rec­og­nize your offense, make a firm deci­sion to for­give the offend­er, even despite all the pain he has caused you. After all, it’s bad for you, not for him! If thoughts of resent­ment keep com­ing back, don’t give in to them. Repeat: “I have already for­giv­en and let go.”
  • Try to write a let­ter to the offend­er and express all your claims. And then burn it and let go of resent­ment. It works!
  • Do not be afraid to share your expe­ri­ences, to show your emo­tions. This will help you rethink what is hap­pen­ing and get rid of resent­ment.

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