How do you deal with your frustration or anger?
What do you do to let off steam, to vent, to get rid of it? What is your form of anger management and therapy?
I like to go for long walks or take a nice warm shower. This helps me relax and refresh my mind so that I'm no longer angry (or not AS angry).
I go down to the gym of the apartment complex I live at and exercise. I also write about it and then I usually delete it. I will also pray. For some reason, when we pray, our anger and frustration go away.
i talk to a trusted friend, most often my husband. this not only lessens the anger, but gains me a new perspective.
I use a technique a coach taught me to clear the energy off of me. Its like a virtual shower and I can feel the stress melt away.
Nothing calms me down like a good exercise class. The adrenaline flows, and my frustrations melt away. There's nothing better.
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