Can you define bitterness and it's symptoms?
How does bitterness affect a person and the people around them?
What else is normally present with bitterness. Bitterness and it's domino effect.
Bitterness can be compared to anything that either repulses you or affects you in a way that would have you be turned off and remove yourself. It's a negativity like non other. Maybe there is an explanation or reason for it but, no one should have to endure someone else's pain because they need to lash out or because "they are hurting". You can identify bitterness through the way someone speaks with you, interacts as well as treats you. Once negativity resides in the realm of that interaction for absolutely no reason, be sure that bitterness is nearby. My suggestion is to remove yourself regardless of who the person is because bitterness is contagious, just like any other positive or negative energy you entertain.
Vonda G. Nelson
By any kind of negative energy ! some people use bitterness as revenge.
Bitterness - life has handed you lemons and you don't have a juicer. No lemonade in your future.
Bitterness is first cousin to jealousy, envy, and frustration.
Secon cousin once removed from hatred and revenge.
This is a family to avoid at all costs.
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