Why do I always feel angry?
Last Updated: 10/06/2020 at 6:32am
Jessica McDaniel, LPC, LCPC
Licensed Professional Counselor
I have been practicing cognitive behavioral psychotherapy since 2007 with a diverse group of adult clients with various diagnoses, all races, and socioeconomic classes.
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Well if you always feel angry and grouchy, its maybe cause there are things that are upsetting you that you have been ignoring for a long time, so they just buikg up inside you making you always nervous and more agressive to people
Because you think you are not good enough. For something. Have you forgotten the best version of yours?
Feeling angry is a way by which your mind expresses that your inner self is not at peace. That a wish remains unfulfilled, an expectation is unmet.
Everyone has different ways of coping with sitautions that occur in their life. Yours is just through your anger.
Many situations going on in your life can cause anger. I understand how you feel. I hope you can find a safe outlet for your anger.
There's this black seed inside you and it is flowering into a poisonous plant. It is up to you to either pull out before it pollinates or you let it be and continue to water them with your anger and impatience. There is always one thing. It's one thing, added the other and another and another until it becomes very very dangerous. How to handle that? Like i said, it's up to you. You can either let things go, and choose to see the possibilities and the positives, or you could hold on to the negatives and let them eat you up slowly from the inside.
It could b casued by an underlying sittuation or it cold be due to having an anger problem or not knowing other ways to cope
Talk about it to people to whom you feel close to and if no such person is there then better seek a professional who can help you.
There are a multitude of reasons you could feel angry a lot. That could be your mind's way of handling issues or it could be something totally different than that. The best way to figure this out is to go to a professional who handles this such as a psychologist. They will be able to provide you the answers you need with more confidence.
Anger is a cover emotion. When you’re feeling angry, it’s actually cloaking your true emotions. Sadness, anxiety, grief, fear....these emotions are confusing to deal with and anger is typically the “face” of those emotions. When you take the time to consider what you are truly feeling, more often than not, you will see that anger is the emotion that is masking something much deeper. Try and ground yourself. Ask yourself questions about what triggered this anger and work backwards from there. Once you can get to the root of this anger, it’s easier to pick apart what put you into that emotion.
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