why do i always get so angry
Last Updated: 11/21/2017 at 12:23am
Brenda Munroe, LCSW
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), I have worked with individuals of all ages. My work with clients is supportive, interactive and nonjudgmental.
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Anger is a part of being human. There's an emotion for everything. We just have to learn to contain certain emotions, never letting people take us out of character. Yes, this may be hard but worth it in the end. After a while you barely ever be angry. Surround yourself with love, daily!
There are many reasons why one may become easily angry,it could be the result of anger problems or other disorders.Taking a quick breather and counting can help you to calm down.
Anger is what you feel when things don't go according to you. Expect less from others, accept more what happens. When angry , practice breathing exercise, punch a pillow count backwards from hundered , just get past that moment of anger and you will never regret your action. Try to be less judgemental .
When we have recurrent emotions (no matter how severe) we first have to look at the environment. Many times emotions are spurred as REACTIONS to something and not personally created. Take a week and make a log of times you got angry and what was going on (or not going on) during those situations. After the week is up see if there is a pattern.
Because you are human and we have many things that frustrate us, but it's important to focus our frustration into a progressive manner. If your angry put that anger into the gym or a punching bag to make yourself stronger!
I'm no too sure why you get angry. But I'm well aware of how much it sucks being angry at the world. Every time I've been angry at the world I've just put my hood up, headphones on and shut them all out. Doing this and going to a quiet place has always been my favorite way to calm down. So in my opinion you shouldn't be asking why you're so angry. You should ask yourself what's the best way to calm down? I do hope this helps.
Anger can often be an emotion that covers up other emotions like sadness, hurt, betrayal, etc.. It can help to get to the root cause of what you are actually feeling, what the anger is covering up. Also, anger can be a healthy reaction to someone or something that has over-stepped your personal boundaries. It is best to become self-aware of why you are becoming angry, by expressing your thoughts on paper/screen or to someone else who is good at listening. This way, you can figure out the root cause of what is making you feel angry, and then deal with it by either taking an action that supports positive and healthy personal boundaries, or by expressing and working through the deeper emotions you are facing, and getting emotional support from family, friends or a councillor.
When someone doesn't listen, when they only think about the bad in life and are always negative. I need people to understand what is going on or try to relate and when they can try to help.
Maybe there is an unresolved issue that is on your mind that triggers the anger. Good to find out what it is and deal.
Anger can come from so many things such as frustrations, failure, and etcetera. You can refrain from anger by taking baby steps In life. Do not be so hard on yourself.
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