The latest research to give credence to the link between state of mind and health is a recent study from Concordia University that has found constant bitterness can make a person ill. Holding on to bitterness can affect metabolism, immune response or organ function and lead to physical disease, researchers say.
Is bitterness a feeling?
Resentment (also called ranklement or bitterness) is a complex, multilayered emotion that has been described as a mixture of disappointment, disgust, anger, and fear. Other psychologists consider it a mood or as a secondary emotion (including cognitive elements) that can be elicited in the face of insult and/or injury.
How do I stop being bitter?
How To Stop Being Bitter: 10 Steps To Overcome Your BitternessTake a step back. Its very easy to get caught up in our emotions. Write it down. Some people find it difficult to process emotions in the mind. Talk it out. Dont talk too much. Get your blood pumping. Confront it! Be accountable. Set goals and make plans. •15 Sep 2020
How do you get rid of bitterness in life?
12 Steps to Overcoming Bitterness12 Ways to Overcome Bitterness. Do a serious re-evaluation. Put your story on hold. Take what responsibility you can. Stop spying. Face up to your hidden fears. Forgive – but only at your own pace. And dont forget to forgive yourself, too. •9 Jul 2015