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Let Go of Grudges

Wasatch Family Therapy Depression

Bitterness and anger trapped inside your body- sound fun to you? The common practice of holding a grudge, or harboring negative emotions against someone who has wronged us, is poisonous both mentally and physically. So why do we do it? Even when the hurt feelings are justified, grudges only serve to hurt us further while doing nothing to solve the offense suffered or repair the damaged relationship. Here’s some steps you can take to release the ugly feelings, and move toward forgiveness and inner peace.

1. Sort through the emotion; get to the heart of what hurt you.

Before confronting another in anger, or determining you can never forgive them, find out if there are deeper issues involved. Perhaps the offender hit a deeper nerve they were not even aware of. There is an old writer’s motto that states, “I write because I don’t know how I feel until I read it.” Journaling out all the feelings involved in the offense, the grudge, and the reactions you are having might reveal other ways to look at things and release much of the pain, leaving room for forgiveness.

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Are You An Addict?


What image does the word addict conjure up in your mind? Are you thinking of the stereotypical movie character who is trembling in an alley night after night looking for a “fix”? Most people believe that an addict is easily identifiable by their disheveled looks, by their inability to function in day-to-day life, or by recognizable constant “loaded” behaviors. This picture of addiction is simply untrue; and the danger of believing in the movie character addict persona is what can allow a person to continue in a dangerous pattern of addiction unaware.

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We’re Moving! New Location for Utah County Office

Exciting news! We’ve outgrown our Utah County location in Provo so we are moving to a new office space THIS SAT.

After June 1st we will no longer be in our Provo office on University Ave but will be seeing all Utah County clients in our new office location:

As of June 1st our NEW Wasatch Family Therapy UT County office address is:

1458 East 820 North, Orem UT 84097

Near the mouth of Provo Canyon, our new office suite has

  • larger offices
  • more offices
  • breathtaking views
  • private bathroom
  • kitchenette

Thank you to our therapists and clients who have made this possible.

Make an appointment with one of our Utah County therapists and see how they can help you improve your life and relationships!

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