The rage of others hits you personally
We’ve all experienced an angry boss or done something to aggravate another person—whether a spouse or a random stranger on the street. Sometimes the anger of others is justified, sometimes it’s just them looking for someone to blame for a rotten day; whatever the case, someone who is in the habit of thinking negatively will take this anger personally.
“No one’s anger is ever about you—even if it includes you,” says Pirtle. “Their anger is theirs, which they feel while living their journey. So let them be on their journey without judging or taking part in it, and focus on your feelings, because that is where your power lays.”