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I'm angry, frustrated, aggravated, upset, mad, ect. : I need to find a good "rel

  1. ii3rittles profile image82
    ii3rittlesposted 6 years ago

    I'm angry, frustrated, aggravated, upset, mad, ect. : I need to find a good "release", any ideas?

    I often find myself feeling like I'm under constant attack (verbally) & it seems to be worse the closer I am to someone. I take jokes the wrong way & simple words to personal. I am so hard on myself. I constantly point out my own flaws; physical, mental, emotional. I often find myself on the verge of snapping... Like I get so frustrated and angry. I find myself getting mad or angry at stupid things. I even get upset over stupid things... Sometimes I break down in tears. I refuse to take any kind of medication... I think I just need to find a release before I do snap on the wrong person.

  2. WebIWeave profile image83
    WebIWeaveposted 6 years ago

    Turn those emotions into articles!!!  I use the emotional turmoil that I have been through to write articles and poetry.  I am sure other people are dealing with similar situations and would love to hear your views.

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      Prosper Favourposted 4 years agoin reply to this

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  3. nickshamrock profile image73
    nickshamrockposted 6 years ago

    You need to find a NEW friend. I often find that when you meet a new person, people tend to listen to eachother a lot better. If you don't feel like meeting a new person, go on facebook or through your phone and find an old friend who you haven't talked to in FOREVER, they tend to listen extremely well, also.

    Also, don't let outside issues affect your mental status. What I mean is, if someone says something that annoys you, don't talk to them. Eff them. You need some new variety in life.

  4. Jlbowden profile image89
    Jlbowdenposted 6 years ago

    Hi:

       Believe it or not, I find myself in the same situation that you are now finding yourself in. I also have friends who give me similar feedback, that they are feeling very much like you are right now. And to tell you the truth, I believe we all go through these up's and down's.  sometimes we find ourselves in a rut and it's no wonder given the current economy and society that we find ourselves in today. If you have nothing to complain about, than in my opionion your not normal.  Writing is a great outlet, not just for meditating, but getting your mind off of yourself and other people. Your at the right place, by being on hubpages. And remember your not alone.  Sometimes you just have to hang up the guns for awhile and take a walk.  I usually go to the Gym and run on the treadmill until I am exhausted.  That usually works.  Also,try taking a vacation either with yourself or a good friend. Sometimes this clears the air also. And maybe you are in need of a much needed trip.  But don't be too hard on yourself, this is definitely not the solution. There are more people out there than you think, that are currently experiencing what you are feeling.  And like everything else-these feelings etc... will pass as well.  Good luck to you and hang in there and hope I was of some help.

    Jlbowden

  5. LVidoni5 profile image79
    LVidoni5posted 6 years ago

    I've been through the same thing recently after a friend told me I wouldn't amount to anything. Harsh! Here's what helped me.
    -Running- I started throwing in my ipod listening to some edgy music and jogging until I was too tired to be mad. It always makes me feel better.
    -Don't Procrastinate- I would feel stressed and lousy because I would keep putting off things I knew I should be taking care. Once I started using my free time to prioritize and act instead of curling up and watching tv I felt a lot better.
    -Pray for other people- when I put too much focus on myself I get depressed. So every morning drive since then, I spend it thinking about the needs and concerns of those closest to me. I ask for safety for my sisters trip or healing for my dads neck... It really helps!
    -Outward thinking- everbody has the quirks and issues, see what you can do to help the people around you with any concerns or problems they may have without expecting anything in return. It takes away the self concern and makes me feel good about being able to help someone. ( I made and handed out sandwiches to the homeless downtown.)
    ... I'm going on and on so I'll leave it at that! Hope I could help.

    1. maryaliceyoung profile image60
      maryaliceyoungposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Very well answered, must say.

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      Lisabethdamsposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Totally agree!

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      hoganmyraposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Also add listen to positive things, vision (ucb) radio has been great for me.

    4. cyoung35 profile image85
      cyoung35posted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Very sound advice. I wish more people were like this as they can benefit from helping others.

  6. Sean Evans profile image83
    Sean Evansposted 6 years ago

    Perhaps you are effected by something similar to myself.  I could not figure it out.  Seemed I was so annoyed, and had a lot of emotions that I could  not figured out and I was pent up far too often.  It all stopped when I found kickboxing,

    I firmly believe that there are many of us that are meant for more competition or thrive on contact. I later went on to joining the army reserves and In some of those days I never felt more alive.   Now I'm not saying you need to do either, but perhaps your body is screaming for something more than the today's 9-5 cubical jobs, where you are forced to follow.   I think some of us are just programmed a tad differently and are missing that need to thrive on something.  So find your thing. Maybe it's a team sport like rugby, or something similar.

    Hope you find your thing.

  7. truthfornow profile image82
    truthfornowposted 6 years ago

    Write a hub about how you are feeling.  That is what I do. Usually makes me feel better right away.

    1. rexy profile image66
      rexyposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      writing poetry also help ...with new tec.. like using the computers you and get poetry published on line and also the most rewarding bit is the feed back from people around the World (as with your comments here)... will help....

  8. Cardisa profile image92
    Cardisaposted 6 years ago

    I think you need help in the form of self renewal. You need to heal from the inside out. You are depressed but your depressed is making you anxious and hyperactive.

    You also need to find the real cause of the problem and solve that and then you will be on your way.

  9. bekahbeast profile image56
    bekahbeastposted 6 years ago

    work on relationships with loved ones..  believe it or not making others happy will make you alot happier in the long run.
    excersise, eat healthy and sleep plenty and you will find you have a clearer head and are much happier! (: If you drink- stop drinking. alchohol is a depressant. Find something you can put your energy and time into rather than being frustrated with things. Try writing, or painting, or even getting rid of all the junk youve had for a while. Do something different to feel happier and fresher. Writing is the best release. if u get a notebook use it as a tool for your mind, to write down ur dreams, thoughts, ideas, expieriences, any little thing that comes to mind.. and in the long run it will help lots with organizing ideas! Also find goals and stcik to them! if u achieve your goals youll feel good and much much happier (o:

    DONT be so hard on yourself! we are all unique and i am sure you are beautiful just the way you are.

    Hope this helped~ best wishes!

  10. tyler_richmond profile image54
    tyler_richmondposted 6 years ago

    Well i will give you the same advice i give my friends, i seem to be the "therapist" among all of them. What i do is tell them anytime they need to snap, to do it on me and it seems to help them out. So just find a friend who knows you don't mean what you say and won't take it personally and just vent all your anger. As far as the low self esteem (which is very normal) i would say that positive reinforcement from friends/family is the best remedy. Friends can do great things and terrible things and are a huge part of anyone's life. If you can't find a friend that you think you won't hurt their feelings then feel free to text me, just mention the website so i'll know lol 304-952-4744

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    lostwithinmyselfposted 6 years ago

    I am the same as you. I have no friends because i push them all away if they say the silliest things. But when i feel the emotions you feel i use to lash out but now i either draw, write, listen to music or try watching a film if none of them work i go for a walk. As many have already said. Turn your emotions to words like i do. Just sit there and let it all out but writing and if that does not work may be go for a walk and try again. I hope this helps you. x

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    jasper420posted 6 years ago

    exersize is a great way of dealing with anger but I suggest you re examan your feelings to find out what is realy upsetting you anger is an emotion yes but with it are other feelings fear sadness ect. after you are calm find out by looking with in yourslef what is making you feel this way and why this will help you to get to know yourself better beleave it or not anger is a teaching emotion we can learn alot about ourselves when we stop breath and examan out true feelings.

  13. wandererh profile image75
    wandererhposted 6 years ago

    I was on the subway with a friend just 2 days ago.  We reached our stop and there were 2 girls blocking her way.  She said, "Excuse me" but the girls didn't budge.  Visibly upset, she pushed past them to the exit.

    I asked her what was wrong as it was quite possible that the girls didn't hear her, and even if they did, she did not have to get as upset as she was as it was not a big matter.

    She thought about it for a moment, and I think that time she really did try to think past her upset and find the real reason, and blurted out, "I think they were trying to bully me."

    This wasn't the first time that she has gotten upset over a trivial incident, and I think that was the source of all her upsets.  She told me that she was bullied when she was young and whenever something like that happens, she will just have a knee jerk "you are bullying me" reaction.

    Perhaps there is also such a source or sources for the way that you are behaving.  If you were to sit down and calmly think things through, you might just discover what has really been bothering you.

    1. msginger profile image80
      msgingerposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      This story is a beautiful example of how our framework of past experience and fears affect everything we do. I agree with wandererh.

  14. Arielqiao profile image60
    Arielqiaoposted 6 years ago

    Relax yourself by taking exercise, singing or whatever, until you feel very tired. Then go home and sleep.

  15. SidKemp profile image95
    SidKempposted 5 years ago

    I encourage self-awareness and self-love. Please enjoy being in your body, breathing, and being relaxed all the time. Emotional self-confidence will grow from the physical self-confidence. Shake the distress out of your body, and the emotions will follow.

    Emotionally, end any abusive relationships. And then, if people are just being themselves, learn to listen, breathe, and ask, "did you really say that?" Often, what we hear is not what people meant or said.

    You can master your emotions and feel confidence and joy without medication.

    1. SidKemp profile image95
      SidKempposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      A hub I just wrote may help wit this. You may enjoy reading http://sidkemp.hubpages.com/hub/Tips-fo … e-Creative , and it may help.

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    Janhornerposted 5 years ago

    Hi,

    I think you are so wound up you are ready to spring out of control!

    I also feel you are aware and that is a positive point.  You need to get to the root of your anger and frustration.  Where did it all start?  Did someone do something or say something that has made you feel so angry?  Has a situation come about that has brought about these feelings? 

    Get a note pad.  Write two columns - What happened to make me feel this way and another for How do I respond! 

    I also feel you need some kind of counselling.  I hope my idea helps because you are young and you need to be happy.  Here's my soft pink blanket of comfort to wrap yourself in and a huge HUG AND KISS to let you know you are a lovely person.

    Jan x

    1. therapymusic profile image61
      therapymusicposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      I would suggest listening to or producing music. There is research suggesting music can reduce stress in your life through a number of ways. You can also contact a music therapist in your area and they can help you more.
      http://psychcentral.com/lib/

  17. TerryK81 profile image59
    TerryK81posted 5 years ago

    WOW! Ease up on yourself there. Have you pin-pointed the things that trigger all of this? I've got ADHD and I had a lot of problems concentrating at times, mood swings, spacey-brained moments, snappy remarks before thinking before I spoke so the bright side is this: there will be MANY people who read your question who will have had experienced the same issues that you do and they will be able to help you too. And please don't kick yourself as you do because not a single person out there is even NEAR perfect. At least you have the mind to fess up to yourself, recognize your ordeals and ask for help/advice. Medicine does help, provided you get the right type. When I found out that I had ADHD all after near 32 years alive, I wasn't really that surprised but I didn't want to be stuffed full of meds either. But sometimes that which you would never suspect may very well be your cash ticket.
    For ideas on what you can for a release, depends on what YOU ENJOY doing. Writing, yardwork, even a good book helps me, and certain sports. Sometimes you've gotta just leave it all and get out and away to somewhere. But NEVER shut yourself in to yourself. And as for getting close to someone, if it's fear of being rejected, then fear not because a good man will respect and love you for you. Never compromise your real identity.

    1. jantamaya profile image72
      jantamayaposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      I like your great answer!

  18. vinayt89 profile image60
    vinayt89posted 5 years ago

    It happens with everyone atleast once in life but the thing is that period of happening varies. Some of them cover such situations early and some don't(like you). But don't worry about it.
    Now let me differentiate between two types of people, there are two types of people one who take things so casually and others who make simple things complicated, you come under second category. When first category people face typical situation they handle the things so casually, they never let their mind think that the situation is critical and hence their mind never get confuse and handles every situation as it so easy one.
    I suggest you take paper and pen and start writing whatever you feel at that instant only, no matter how much you are angry, crying, nervous.What you should write: write your feelings you have at that time and why it is coming out. Write like you are describing your situation word by word.
    After that read that for atleast thrice, and think whatever you are doing is good or bad, how you can overcome it, and what if a normal person who is very good at handling all this will act. You will find yourself the solution, because in world you are the best teacher for yourself. I bet you, the answer will come from inside, and from there on words your every day will appreciate you.
    And while doing this always keep in mind that never criticize yourself.
    Try to be involved with people, such behavior of a human being generally comes out when they are alone or having no one to share thoughts with others. So if you have to share something, feel free to share with me or anyone you feel.
    TAKE CARE

  19. Lor's Stories profile image60
    Lor's Storiesposted 5 years ago

    Sounds like me too. I'm far too sensitive.
    I don't mind sparing but when I get picked on because I have a disability I really get angry.
    I'm thinking of those dolls they sell in Hallmark called damn it dolls.
    I guess the best thing is to not say anything.
    But I do stand up for myself.
    It's a natural response from our brain. Fight or flight.
    I was bullied as a child. I guess when I get picked on I'm protecting my inner child.
    Crying helps!

  20. RedRoseRefab profile image59
    RedRoseRefabposted 5 years ago

    Depressionconnect.com saved my life. I have severe clinical depression but it covers a hole heap of subjects and problems, including medication and on-line therapy. It's a bit like facebook for those with diagnosed or undiagnosed depression etc. (redrose.elle is my depression connect user name, if you wish to ask me anything else.)
    I have also recently started taking pregabolin (UK name), a miracle for anger and anxiety. Sometimes medication, even in the short term, can help you get your head straight so you can start living again, not just surviving. Remember, you don't have to take it forever.
    Good luck, I wish you well

  21. erorantes profile image48
    erorantesposted 4 years ago

    Usually a Biopolar person acts the way . You are describing yourself. You need to go see a doctor ,so he can prescribe medicine for you.And he will tell you what you need to do. To get rid of those bad emotions. If you are normal. you just lost your patient. You need to find  a way to gain your patient back. You need time off from normal routine.

    1. RoseAsauresRex profile image60
      RoseAsauresRexposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      a person doesnt have to bipolar to have mood swings or agitation, it could be stress or anxiety or just hormones. it could be anything really that can trigger a person to feel frustrated or to have mood swings and be okay one day and upset the next

  22. laurenbow2 profile image61
    laurenbow2posted 4 years ago

    Been there, felt that.. I turn to sports to release my stress, pain, and every other emotion that I have built up. There's nothing better than showing up to practice and feeling valued; my team is happy to see me and glad that I came.
    Find yourself a good friend who is comforting and someone who really values your presence. There's no better confidence booster than feeling needed and wanted.
    If not, you can always turn to shopping wink.. Being a girl, you must know that retail therapy is always a good idea. But buy yourself some cute lingerie or a new dress; something that will make you feel sexy and cute. Where it out, the dress I mean haha, with friends or on a special occasion.. DRESS TO IMPRESS.
    Learn to value yourself. It's okay to think that you're pretty and that you're good enough. Confidence is key when it comes to anything in life: Applying for a job, reading out an essay, speaking a different language, or even just walking down the street. To be honest, if you walk around thinking that you're the shit, you most likely will look like the shit (in a good way!) wink
    But make sure to keep your ego in check, we wouldn't want too much "I'm the shit"-ness.
    I hope this helped!

  23. AMAZING THINKER profile image61
    AMAZING THINKERposted 4 years ago

    You know you should try meditation. It'll solve everything. It'll be hard at first but soon you'll get better and you'll have more control over your thoughts and feelings. Try writing down how you feel, why you felt that way, what is that you could do to make it better and try smiling more. If you listen to some violent music, stop.
    Keeping a journal might help too.
    Anyway, its been two years since you posted this so I think you must have found the solution, if not try these things, mostly the meditation part.
    Good luck!

    1. AMAZING THINKER profile image61
      AMAZING THINKERposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      I wrote a blog, which may help!

  24. epbooks profile image80
    epbooksposted 4 years ago

    Writing or exercise.  Writing enables you to take your frustrations out while exercising reduces tension.

  25. RoseAsauresRex profile image60
    RoseAsauresRexposted 4 years ago

    I know what you mean, I've been there myself in fact i think we have all been there at some point or another and unfortunately its a very hard place to be at; the feelings of constant frustration and agitation and the need to be on the defensive. some of the things that got me through that period ( i call it my overwhelming period when every emotion swarms at you all at once and it makes it hard to breath) were writing (and just getting my thoughts out so i wouldn't feel the need to snap at someone) wether it was poetry or short stories or vents about people that made me feel upset. also i painted and did scrapbooking both were suprisingly calming and soon i got very good at it and turned into a daily hobby but now i'm a hoarder of magazine scraps and wrapping papaer haha. one could also do boxing and or a type of martial arts to help release emotions and to gain more self control when put into a situation that can become frustrating very quickly. i hope that this was helpful and i hope that you find a good release good luck smile

  26. lisasuniquevoice profile image75
    lisasuniquevoiceposted 4 years ago

    https://usercontent2.hubstatic.com/8271347_f260.jpg

    ii3rittles,
    As simple as it sounds, I think weight training helps with frustration. What I'd really like to try is a punching bag.
    Lisa

    1. AMAZING THINKER profile image61
      AMAZING THINKERposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Sure, but sometimes it makes is worse, I like body weight exercises more. Punching bag doesn't help, I mean at first it does, then, soon it gets boring to do. Sparring is way better.
      Try jump rope, it's the best. You will feel a lot better.

  27. liesl5858 profile image87
    liesl5858posted 4 years ago

    Try to love yourself, value yourself more and be kind to yourself. Find what is really the cause of your problem then do something about it. See a doctor if need be. Try gardening as a hobby. Gardening helps in releasing tensions. I wish you good luck.

    1. Prosper Favour profile image54
      Prosper Favourposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Hello,Am Prosper,how are you? hope fine.My dear you look gorgeous and amazingly beautiful,i like your smile, you are amazing and i will love if we can get to know each other.
      Thanks
      With Love From
      Prosper

  28. vidushi dhar profile image59
    vidushi dharposted 4 years ago

    You definitely do not need any medication. What you need is love! Love yourself hon. Give love to others. Love whatever there is around you. And you will find yourself filled with love. Getting angry and frustrated over small issues does no good to you.
    Interestingly, I have been in your shoes, but i am improving by the day. Some things that help me get over these irrelevant things is to distract myself from whatever hurts me and give my time to what i love doing, whether it is reading a good book or watching my favorite sitcom. It can be anything. Just find a way of distracting yourself from things that do not matter. Feel good about yourself. Be kind and giving. Meditate. Love others, love yourself!
    "Holding on to anger is like holding a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else,, you are the one that gets burned. - Buddha"

  29. Peggasuse profile image85
    Peggasuseposted 4 years ago

    I think that exercise is one of the best treatments for pent up anger.  Things like jogging, aerobics and strengthening the muscles using weights, are all good ways to exercise.  Even using a punching bag is good.

    But having said that, you need to get deeper into the reason why you're so negative.  The exercising (or whatever else you do), is only helping the surface issue...but it will all repeat, until you figure out what is making you this angry to begin with.

    I don't know anything about you, and I don't like to give advice unless I know all the facts.  The only thing I can say truthfully is that it sounds like you need someone to talk to about your personal problems.  Basically, you need to let everything out, realize what's going on in your head, and just forgive everyone who has ever hurt you.....and then, move on.

    It's not a good thing to keep negative things inside.  The result is exactly what you're going through.  You'll always be angry, always feel inferior, always take offense, even though none was meant.

    You just need to face your problems and from there, pick up your life and start over.  You're basically a good person.  You ARE worthwhile.  But you need help.

    Go find that help through a psychologist, or a  sensitive family member or a very close friend.  By the sound of it, you need to start right away.

    Good luck.

  30. word55 profile image73
    word55posted 4 years ago

    You need a relationship with God in your life, healthy eating, exercise and a good, understanding man in your life.

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    Michelle Widmannposted 4 years ago

    I used to have a lot of built up rage and would snap on people who didn't cause it. Here are some of the things I did to deal with it:
    -analyze why I am angry (if you know you're angry for a stupid reason, you know you probably don't need to feel angry)
    -get rid of the people in my life who cause my anger
    -take time for myself (drink a tea, read a book, watch TV and let your mind melt)
    -talk to someone (therapist, partner, family, friend, etc.)

  32. Ogoo Anthonia Vin profile image59
    Ogoo Anthonia Vinposted 4 years ago

    You are not different. A large number of people feel that way, if not most of the time, once in a while. I have had a similar experience and I sorted refuge in staying away from people and keeping to myself. I did this to avoid anyone provoking me or vice-versa. But with time, I discerned that I made a wrong decision in withdrawing from people so, I began to do these: 1. Before I leave my bed in the morning, I will pray to God to take away my temper and replace it with a light one. 2. I set my mind focused on the fact that as many as there are different individuals existing, so there are different attitudes existing. Therefore, I learnt to accept the attitudes I can and those that I can't, I ignore. 3. I learnt to pay less attention to people's words. Their jokes, teasings, mockery became secondary to me. Even when it tries to provoke me, I don't let people see that it is. I take it out of my head and think of resourceful matters. 4. I poured my energy to things that I love doing. Writing and sketching are my hobbies. And sometimes, I fascinate about thing that I hope to achieve. I recognized that everyone has got flaws and I try not to blame myself so much for mine. Then gradually,  I learnt to change those flaws that I can. Also, I sometimes compensate myself with my positive sides.

    1. Harishprasad profile image83
      Harishprasadposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Hi, Ogoo, so fascinating and beautiful are your words that I am convinced that these are result of a great churning of various aspects of existence. I appreciate your wisdom and your grasp on the essence of life. Honestly , you are full of wisdom.

  33. profile image53
    WATERSTARposted 4 years ago

    From ,WATERSTAR, This is common with at least 80% of the people in the world today,their is a common phrase if you hire 100 people and put them to work with Little supervision ,you will only find 20% of the 100 people realy doing any work,because  of our hard economic times that we are now living in, most  if not a very Large % of the people in this world dont have enough time for themself rushing here and their and most of them dont have anywhere going but driving crazy rushing fast just to go and sit on a couch and drink a beer and watch bad news on TV, with very Little Money in their pockets just to make ends meet till another paycheque, and mad most of the time of nit having enough ,however 20% of the people is smiling and trying to sell everybody something so they can have more and more, i speak for myself to be happy somewhat in this rough ecomomic times, first you need at Least  one good Friend with good word of help and if possible a little extra $ cash to help you, ask for a colledge grant go back to school pick a easy course where you can finish in 6 month or at the max 1year get active in the workforce  find a good fitness club go join make a couple friends,on Sunday find a Loving Lively Bible beliving Church go to the book store get a good true Life gospel story book or DVD, get a good proven old KING JAMES BIBLE, stick with only one BIBLE ,toomuch is toomuch confusion you will only get more frustrated so ONE GOD ONE BIBLE IS GOOD ENOUGH,dont just LOOK AT IT READ IT,LITTLE AT A TIME 1or 2 CHAPTER A DAY IS GOOD ENOUGH PRAY TO JESUS FOR HE SAID YOU HAVE AT LEAST ONE GOOD FRIEND FOR HE SAID HE REALLY LOVE YOU JUST THE WAY YOU ARE WHEN NO ONE CARE JESUS SAID HE CARE GIVE HIM A TRY SEE IF HE CAN CALM YOUR TROUBLE SOUL true inner peace Come from GOD, JESUS IS THE PRINCE OF PEACE, talk to HIM a little and see if HE will give you some of His PEACE, HE HIS ALSO VERY RICH ,FOR HE HIS GIVING FREE MANSION ON A HILL IF YOU REALLY WANT IT, LOTS OF PEOPLE HAVE ONE ALREADY SEE IF HE STILL HAVE ONE JUST FOR YOU. HE ALSO GIVING PROPLE MILK AND WATER AND HONEY AND A WHOLE LOT MORE TO HIS FRIENDS WHY NOT MAKE JESUS YOUR BEST FRIEND NOW. BY WATERSTAR

  34. nightwork4 profile image60
    nightwork4posted 4 years ago

    I think what you need to do is spend time just looking at yourself and try to figure out why this is happening. look at what you know are the good and bad things about yourself. we all have faults so you can't beat yourself up over them. perhaps you just need a break from people and time to relax.

  35. Crissylite profile image75
    Crissyliteposted 4 years ago

    Everybody experiences anger at times. But anger doesn't have to rule your life. Here are some positive ways to deal with anger. read more

  36. Chuck Bluestein profile image60
    Chuck Bluesteinposted 4 years ago

    That is great that you will not use any medications. If you do a search, you will see that there are yoga poses for anger, anxiety, depression, insomnia and more. Many people have tried yoga for problems like this and it worked so good that they became yoga teachers.

    Yoga among women is growing at a phenomenal rate in America. There is even a movie about it. Yoga is ideal for constant physical, mental and emotional improvement. Lots of celebrities do it like the highest paid model in the world, Gisele Bundchen. Her first big break came when you she could walk in high heels on a slippery wet runway (yoga helps balance).

    Yoga is also done by (have article on celebrities that do yoga) Katy Perry, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (since law school), Katy Perry, Jennifer Anniston, Kate Beckinsale, Madonna, Natalie Portman, Jessica Alba, Hillary Duff, Lady Gaga and more. I have been doing yoga since age 12. Yoga is all about constant self-improvement in all areas of your life. Yoga is the greatest self-therapy. No need to figure out what is wrong with you, it will help it unless it is a lack of nutrients like the sunshine vitamin D or some other nutrient like vitamin B-12 or omega-3.

    No need to mention exercise since yoga is exercise. Here are 3 poses for anger from Huffington Post: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/07/0 … 36127.html

  37. Get Thin for Good profile image71
    Get Thin for Goodposted 4 years ago

    I have found that getting on my knees and being real in front of God is the best thing for me. I can pour my heart out to Him Who does not condemn, but listens patiently.

    Often when I come to Him upset, angry, etc., He calms me down, as if He puts His arms around me, takes my heart and touches it, and then puts it back, and I feel so much better, with more clarity and peace.

    Also, exercise is good, and watching what you eat. It all affects your reactions and mood.

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    Lybrahposted 4 years ago

    Create a private blog for yourself and write about your feelings and stuff.  Make sure only you can see it.

  39. Ciel Clark profile image74
    Ciel Clarkposted 4 years ago

    If you are different from people around you-- I know everyone is different, but if you are different in a way that makes sense to you, but is strange for others -- the best thing I have found is to try to understand how they are thinking and continue being yourself.  Majority does not rule, but it can be difficult to be different.  More interesting?  Yes, I think so.  You can learn extremely interesting things by being different -- am still learning.  Still difficult.  Very very interesting!  Let me know how it goes.

    1. Harishprasad profile image83
      Harishprasadposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Ceil Clark, very brilliant advice you gave and your words are full of wisdom. What I perceive from your words is that we should not follow anyone and anything blindly. We must use our intellect to arrive at a sane decision what is the best for us.

  40. MyGypsy profile image57
    MyGypsyposted 4 years ago

    I have started to knit in January 2010 I love it and have enjoyed the stress less days I have been incorporating in my life. I have pulled it out when waiting in line paying bills and noticed I could ignore people a lot more easier than before when I was caught in lines. I also started to crochet 6 months after that.
    I feel it brings my mind to focus on what I am making so I do not worry about what is going around me so I have less things to become stressed about.
    Get some yarn and some knitting needles or crochet hooks and join a knitting group, most times they like to meet at coffee shops or tea shops sometimes you can get a yarn shop that will host the meets in your neighborhood or town. There is also Meetup that can point you in the right direction.
    You would not believe the joy it brings to a person.

  41. connorj profile image76
    connorjposted 4 years ago

    https://usercontent1.hubstatic.com/8319632_f260.jpg

    Oh there is such an effective yet quite simple path for you to begin to treat or manage this anger. I have found it through blades as sharp as a pairing knife, a spear-like metal stick,  gloves similar in size to boxing gloves, body armor, that includes: shin protection, a piece of critical protection used sice around 1970 called a helmut not unlike what our armed forces may sometimes wear, shoulder pads similar to what football players wear, elbow and "junk" protection, and last but not least, a most invaluable armor-piece invented in the 1800s and referred to as a cup,
    While you play ice hockey you will be insulated from worry, you will be able to externalize to others without hurting them, you will increase your intellect by adding BDNF to your grey matter, you will be engaged in aerobic - like exercise and perhaps extend your suffering on this planet...

  42. jenslibra profile image61
    jenslibraposted 4 years ago

    If no one has suggested this already I highly recommend you look into a book called The Artist's Way by Julia Cameron. It saved me! I hit a low point in my early twenties and had  to change something.  It gets you back in touch with your creative side, opening an outlet for your emotions and ideas.

  43. platinumOwl4 profile image74
    platinumOwl4posted 4 years ago

    You have the perfect ingredient for a movie plot. Just create character for each mood that you are in and make them interesting. It is sure to be better than what the entertainment capital of the world is churning out.

  44. Arc4life profile image76
    Arc4lifeposted 4 years ago

    Try Meditation and Clear Your Mind. It might do wonders for you. Meditation takes practice and time to get it right. The more you do it, the easier it will get.

    Also there is book out there called the "the Four Agreements" by Miguel Ruiz.
    One of the four agreements is "don't take things personally". I thing this applies to what you are feeling.

  45. lone77star profile image83
    lone77starposted 4 years ago

    The source of the problem is ego.

    The antidote to ego (the heart of selfishness) is utter humility.

    Add to this perfect responsibility and you can never be a victim again.

    Use unconditional love and forgiveness and you will be "outside of yourself" feeling empowered.

    Another way to find a good release is to meditate. But too many people find this difficult, because the mind starts out too noisily because of the acclimation to this fast paced, instant gratification world.

    When I completed Scientology clear, I had one week of blissful silence. My mind was perfectly quiet, unlike any other time in my life. Before or after, it proved difficult to hold any quiet for more than a second or two.

    I have studied many religions and found answers in each of them. Each is looking at truth from a different perspective. But Truth never changes.

  46. Sadhave Mit profile image68
    Sadhave Mitposted 4 years ago

    Everyone goes through the same thing often and don't know how this has to be handled. We learn from our mistakes. This can be tackled by viewing your problems in a wide angle, maybe from a third person point of view. Then things will seem to be     small rather than in its magnified version. Try changing your focus to whatever you like to do. Ignore things that you find more irritating. For instance, I listen to music or watch serials. The main point to keep in mind is "we are neither the best, nor the worst ones"

  47. icv profile image64
    icvposted 4 years ago

    it is related to mental status of each persons. normally all persons have such kind of emotions. actually the real solution is that, you must able to control yourself. practicing of Yoga and meditation will help you to control yourself.

  48. Junaid Ghani profile image83
    Junaid Ghaniposted 4 years ago

    My suggestion as a student of medicine is, just go out, take deep breaths and chill. That's all you have to do!

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    ecocamelposted 4 years ago

    The best solution is to practice Vihangam Yoga meditation. Vihangam Yoga is a meditation technique by which you can control over your mind. You will feel a wonderful piece. Angry, frustration will eliminate. Memory power and decision power will be very high. Sucidal tendency will eliminate. Mental and physical health will be good and a lot more only in 10 minutes practice of Vihangam Yoga meditation. There is no fee to learn. For details you can visit:

    www.vihangamyoga.org

    You can contact on these no. for any query:-

    +91-8123016229 - Gopal Rishi
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    +91-9311448880 - Shravan Kumar Saraf

  50. carolp profile image79
    carolpposted 4 years ago

    Try to write about what you feel, why you feel mad, angry, frustrated etc. What situation, instances triggers your emotions, what words irritates you or make you feel uncomfortable, try to find a reason about how you feel, find ways to develop, to compensate or comfort yourself. Writing would release your emotions, dancing, singing, sport, take a walk. Think positive, pray to strengthen yourself confidence, believe in yourself. Talk with a friend, your mother.

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