Anger management!  

Sunday, 30 August 2009

I like to think of myself as a fairly calm person, I feel I have had alot to deal with in life, and I always pick myself up, dust myself off and start again.

Okay, so I can almost hear you all scoffing in amazement, and I know I have told you all about a few of the times I have gotten very angry...but that doesn't count, they were all instances of protecting/sticking up for my children, everyone knows that's 'free' anger...

But there are just days when I feel so bloody angry I actually want to jump up and down and have a full blown tantrum.

It's not anything specific, its just a feeling, I don't get it, there are days when people are so rude to me, or so horrid to me, and I can smile and let it go, then there are days when a tiny thing, no-ones doing, can send me over the edge.

I'm pretty good at hiding it (surprise surprise) but where does it go, what happens to the internalised anger???

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10 comments: to “ Anger management!

  • Ruth
    30 August 2009 at 13:01  

    I know, that happens to me too. Nothing has changed, except maybe the atmosphere.

  • The Head Eagle
    30 August 2009 at 16:19  

    You sound perfectly normal to me, not that there was any doubt! I have times like this. I think we all do. For whatever reason we can be a bit more sensitive and the anger flows more freely.

  • C.M. Jackson
    30 August 2009 at 16:20  

    Sally--

    sometimes jumping up and down really helps--I catch a glance at myself and start laughing at how silly I look. Don't be hard on yourself--you been working overtime taking care of everyone...perhaps, you need a little time to yourself? take care of you--best c

  • Cozyflier
    30 August 2009 at 19:12  

    Sally, We sound a lot alike. I think is normal too.

    Have you ever tried taking a small pillow and throwing it at a closed door? Had a roommate in college that did that - pretty effective!!!

    Be well,
    Hugs
    Carrie

  • Maureen@IslandRoar
    30 August 2009 at 20:14  

    I know what you mean. Some days it's just so much harder than others. And it can't ALL be hormones.

  • Trojan Gayle
    30 August 2009 at 21:59  

    Sally please chant "Fuck em Fuck Em Fuck em all" until you feel better ... if that don't work ...have a vodka and coke and try again - repeat until you feel better...

    The other suggestions are nice .. but mine is better.... I said it and you all know its true!

  • Missy
    30 August 2009 at 22:46  

    Nothing feels better than a good old tizzy fit!

  • Sally's World
    31 August 2009 at 07:41  

    thank you all, i'm glad i shared now, this blog amazes me, i've never felt more 'normal'

    i would have replied sooner, but i was trying Trojans coping method!!!! xxxxx

  • RileyScott
    31 August 2009 at 15:24  

    I've experienced this to, and it's really annoying. Personally I like to take my anger, internalized or not, out in video games.

    There is something very cathartic about firing a machine gun at someone as they fire at you, and because you're just a little bit faster, your elbow to the face lands, and he crumbles to the ground instead of you.

    Oddly enough, I've noticed a direct link between level of anger and skill of play, :)

    Don't know if this helped, but that's what I do.

  • Trojan Gayle
    31 August 2009 at 22:56  

    Its appears that my method has proved to work.

    Sally and blogging friends please have this post as a favourite and refer to it when you are in this mood.

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