If you have a problem with someone whether its a boss, co worker, neighbor, or a family member how do you take your anger out? Are you calm and collected or do you flip sometimes under impulse?
I try to take a look at myself and my behaviour first.
I try to be calm and reasonable, but sometimes I lose my patience and flip. Usually end up regretting though.
I try my best to stay calm but sometimes i end up flipping in impulse *blush*. x
I say, like, "you beeyotcha!" and get on with my day - sometimes running as fast as I can. (same thing I always say)!
I am perfectly calm, as I am slipping the cyanide into their tea.
The someone either pushes your emotional buttons (in which case it's your responsibility to know that and act accordingly, to earnestshub's point) or poses an immediate threat to you and the ones you love.
In the first scenario, well screw them. Get your buttons under control and go forward. But in the second, I'm all for slipping the cyanide into the tea or worse.
I'm most generally calm and collected and later put on the headphones and listen to my Radiohead playlist.
Life is too short for anger.
I do my best to make amends whether am at fault or not. Seriously, i don't like keeping malice. I love it when am at peace with everyone. Unless. . .
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