A Practice of Great Mercy

Stepping into my husband's space, he stiffened, but as I wrapped my arms around him, he melted and released. I held him until there was a shift in his energy and he could let go of his frustration. A couple of hours later Jeff asked, “What did you do differently this time in response to my anger? That was the first time that I snapped out of my frustration so quickly.” The cause of upset was a misplaced wallet; impatience took over and it burst into blame towards himself and me. My responses in the past exacerbated the situation, as I jumped into hyper-alert and defensive mode, causing us to escalate what had begun as a simple frustration. As our feelings of distress rose, bouncing back and

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