If we experience an injustice or a personal attack, it is natural to feel anger. To deny someone the right to feel angry, or to suggest that they need to look within to change something, is spiritual gaslighting. It’s often used when we challenge toxic behaviors or ideas. Rather than respond to the challenge, the recipient will turn it around, question your motives, and encourage you to doubt your reality, using your anger as their evidence.
Lee McKay Doe
Absolutely. Anger has a place and dismissing or attempting to ignore anger will only lead to more pain. It doesn’t mean you always have to react with your anger but that anger deserves a place at the table of emotions.