yes i have and yes it does, I have gone to an open space and let all the emotions out .. it helped a great deal.
in a difficult personal relationship, when someone would say terrible things to me quietly or when we were on our own, I got out of the car and spoke my thoughts loudly so if others were within hearing range they could hear me. He was infact calling me a liar at that time, trying to make me feel small and uncomfortable, to try and make me distrust myself and make himself feel a bigger person.
Wow salt ... sounds like somebody was putting you through the ringer. I'm sorry you experienced that. No human being should ever feel like they're less than. I've definitely felt like that - from many people that were in my life. And when I gained my strength, I booted them outta my life. I wish I had started screaming back then.
You definitely deserve better than that. I'm glad you knew better. You are a special person. We are always root'n for ya. That guy has no taste. Never have an ordinary day, my friend. Make a every day count..
Yes - and it feels good 2 do it. have done it a few times - couple of times in public but.....I was out in the country with no one around that I could see anyway LOL! and another time screaming as I rode down the highway! LOL!
I think it's a good way to just get it out of your system. You know - animals 'shake trauma' off all of the time (their lives are threatened frequently) - picture it, how they do it - they give their bodies a good shake and then they run like hell! gettin' rid of it. LOL! (flee, fight or freeze) and sometimes they just freeze! but shake it off later.
People don't always 'shake it off' and they need to or it just stays inside - whatever it is.
Oh! You mean screaming is okay? lol I haven't screamed in years, but I remember it felt good most of the time...the only time it didn't was when I was being manipulated...and deceived into not trusting myself and my feelings....
I used to scream to make my kids laugh. I guess there's just something funny about your otherwise reasonably reserved mother screaming. You know - scream as high and loud as you can, and - for some reason - laugh hysterically because, at the time, it's apparently funny. (They're grown up now. I think I'll try it one day and see if they still laugh.... I'm thinking they wouldn't. )
When I feel like screaming - I yell instead (probably because I associate screaming with "having a good time" )
I am screaming right now as a matter of fact - my laptop just quit working - it has all my writing on it. I am screaming very, very loudly. It is late at night and I just may wake up the neighbours and the birds. And then I will scream some more, or I could just call it a night and turn in. Screaming is a great way to release charge - noisy but great!
No ... can't say it was a bad day ... just a day of contemplation of where I set out to be in my life, where I actually am, and my thoughts on the whole thing. Actually for me that day, my thoughts about screaming were a positive and negative release. Im proud of where I am even though I've gone through alot of negative to get here.
I actually teach children to scream and use this as a way of being heard. Some are so shy you can't hear them and until they get over that fear of making noise they continue to be unheard. They laugh with being uncomfortable at first but eventually I can hear them all the way at the end of the arena.