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Resentment is an emotion of anger. resentment can come from any situation. these are few examples: when you deserved to get a promotion and that promotion goes to someone else or when a friend promise to do something for you and did not .
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Answer Talk about cutting to the chase, and getting down to the important stuff. Wow. The simplest and most effective remedy is also the MOST difficult to actu…ally do. Talk about them, and I don't mean gossip with everyone under the sun. Putting light on the resentment with the person involved is so healthy, and so healing. You don't have to do it on the spot, when tempers may be flairing. But as the old saying goes, if possible, don't let the sun set on the resentment. Without doing this, small resentments collect, and grow into bitterness.
offended,bitter, and angry
Dan felt resentful before slaves were freed due to a law
re·sent·ful (r-z nt f l) adj. Full of, characterized by, or inclined to feel indignant ill will. re·sent ful·ly adv. re·sent ful·ness n. resentful [rɪˈzɛntfʊl]…
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God made a rule that when Jews forget that they're different, the nations remind them.
The Rwandan genocide of 1994 is one of the most recent ones.
The reaction "I resent that" means that the speaker objects to a statement made about him or his actions. It means that he views a characterization or implication as offensive… or demeaning.
That's not possible. It's like saying why is water dry.
Resent: feel bitter or indignant about; "She resents being paid less than her co-workers"begrudge: wish ill or allow unwillingly Resentment can be triggered by an emotionall…y disturbing experience that is being felt again or relived in the mind. When the person feeling resentment is directing the emotion at himself it appears as remorse. Resentful: Inclined to resent; tending to feel anger from a belief that others have done wrong or engaged in mistreatment; indignant
That is the correct spelling of the noun "resentment" (bitterness, holding a grudge).
You live with it by fighting through is and knowing that everything is going to be ok
A feeling of deep and bitter anger and ill-will
No, the word resent is a verb with two meanings. Resent can mean to feel bitter, indignant, or displeasure from a sense of injury or insult. A noun form is resentment. Resent… is also a verb for 'to send again'.