Don’t let your bad mood yell at someone who doesn’t deserve it. The weather is changing and it’s affecting you physically. Use your mental prowess to control your emotions and keep them in check. If you do yell at someone, make sure you apologize and explain your condition. They might feel compassion for your situation and not get to angry at you for the bad mood.
Swords represent Strength or Strife. Which emotion will you choose today? Will you find the strength to endure and control your own emotions? Or will you look for strife and attack those who don’t deserve your pain and anger?
When the weather changes, so does the barometric pressure. That pressure in the air affects everyone differently. For some it can feel like your entire body is in a vice, for others it can cause severe migraines. The colder it gets, the worse these pains can become.
So on those days when a storm is coming through, or a weather front is approaching, try to remember that some people are dealing with a great deal of physical pain and it wears them down. If they yell at you, ask them if they’re ok. A little shoulder rub can really go a long way to helping them find a little relief.
If you’re the one suffering with the pain, don’t use it as an excuse to be mean to people. How you act and react affects those around you adversely as well. You might be suffering but if you’re not going to do anything about it, don’t be surprised if others start ignoring you or find ways not to be around you. Your pain and bad mood is yours to deal with, it’s not someone else’s problem.
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