When we become angry with others we tend to do one of three things. Some repress their anger, still others suppress anger, but the vast majority resort to a third solution–they seek revenge.
Have you ever hungered for a
little sweet revenge? I read recently
about a story that took place in 1992.
Lady Sarah Graham Moon, at the age of fifty-five, was dumped by her
British aristocratic husband. She sought
to get even with him in the following ways.
First, she poured gallons of paint on his cherished BMW while it was
parked in his girlfriend’s driveway. A
week later she cut four inches off the left sleeve on thirty-two of his
tailored suits, $1,600 suits I might add.
The following week she gave away sixty bottles of his finest wine. Her actions did not go unnoticed, she caught
the attention of the press and became somewhat of a celebrity. One lady wrote her to share how she had
cleaned the toilet with her unfaithful husband’s toothbrush, then watched with
glee as he brushed his teeth. Of course,
none of these can compare with the revenge of Vera Czermak. When she learned that her husband had
betrayed her, Mrs. Czermak became suicidal and decided to jump to her death
from their third floor apartment in
✞ Remember, whatever begins in anger ends in shame.
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