Describe a time you made a mistake and had to make it right
Dealing with anger can be difficult and you do need to be careful how you deal with and
talk to the client. I remember a time arguing with my roommate in college. We had a quarrel
about not taking house duties responsibly. He told me that the Spirit of God told him to go on a
church event instead of doing the duties; I responded in anger that God would not tell him that.
Little did I had noticed the guy has some mental problems. I did not know how to talk to people
with some kind mental problems back then; to say that the guy got angry is mild.
I found myself in the cooking area after he pushed me; I tended to try and guard my
tongue and temper. I remember growing up, my grandma telling me “the least said, is the least
regretted.” Since then, I always try not to offend others, and am quick to seek forgiveness when I
do. Anger held inside is like a cancer, it eats away at you, it robs you of the time you waste
harboring those negative feelings and I believe that it blocks you from God’s blessings. Anger is
a strong emotion and if not handled correctly, it can cause us to sin, again blocking God’s
blessing for us. I also learned that I am a cream-puff’ I would rather do anything that argue or get
angry. That is not to say that I do not have angry moments, I will be honest; I get angry when
someone lies to me. I am learning that anger can be unhealthy, and that it robs me of the joyful
relationship with God.