This week on Neshamas many of our writers dealt with anger. Some used their anger as a source of strength, others felt tortured by it.
In The Things Mommy Said And The Wars That Were Never Fought, a woman who was raped as a child copes with the fury she feels towards her rapist and the mother that never protected her.
In Power To Anger, a woman feels the power of her own emotions and begins to allow herself to become more open and vulnerable.
And, in Religious Co-Dependence Versus Curiosity, a woman begins to find her own strength as she breaks away from her marriage and dependency on religion for her self-worth.
Find these and other stories by our anonymous writers on Neshamas.