The Torah gives us an important rule in relationships:
Even though you are suffering, you have no right to cause suffering to others. Whatever your distress, you still need to speak and act with respect. If you are ever in a bad mood, be especially careful not to speak or act to others in
a way that will be distressful for them.
(see Rabbi Eliyahu Eliezer Dessler - Michtav MaiEliyahu, vol.4, 246; Rabbi Pliskin's "Consulting the Wise")
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