Resentment impairs health, well-being, relationships, and work performance.

Do I want to be resentful? Is resentment keeping me from being the person, worker, partner, and parent I most want to be? Resentment is the persistent feeling that we’re being treated unfairly – not getting due respect, appreciation, affection, help, apology, consideration, praise, or reward. It keeps us locked in a devalued state, wherein it’s extremely difficult to improve …

F.A.R. = Fear. Anger. Resentment.

Fear is about the future, that you will not get your way.  Anger is about the present, not getting your way now. Resentment is about the past, not getting your way in the past. The future, we cannot control, as the past we cannot change, where the present is where we really live.  To fear one’s future and to resent one’s past affects …