From: TIME

3 Reasons Holding a Grudge is Bad for Your Health


“Countless studies have shown that holding grudges and keeping in negative feelings is bad for your mental health, increasing anxiety and frustration,” says Meyers. Case in point: Research published in the journal Psychological Science found that when people were told to nurse a grudge when thinking about wrongdoers, they had stronger negative emotions and greater stress responses (namely, higher heart rate and blood pressure) than those who were instructed to imagine granting forgiveness.

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learn to forgive-whether you are right or wrong- so that you enhance your wellness.
let go of bitterness-many people’s lives have been so adversely affected-health-wise because of holding grudges.
Holy spirit does not dwell in a person who holds grudges.let go of this evil monster so that God can bless you.

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