Monday, 2 November 2015
Why Do You Always Feel So Angry?
We have all asked ourselves this question at one time or another. There is no easy way to answer it, but rather to look deep into your own mind and try to find the answers.
It is impossible to be fully in control of your life, because we all have constraints and rules that we have to follow. This fact might cause anger for you, perhaps due to experience with a very strict or rigid parent or other authority figure.
We all have commitments to uphold, rules to follow, people to deal with, and bad situations to live through. Anger can occur for many reasons, but it is very important to learn how to cope with your anger. You can either let your anger be destructive, or you can work through it and become a happier, more stable person.
Anger is inevitable. It is best to learn effective coping mechanisms, rather than to let anger overtake you and adversely affect you and those in your life.
Anxiety and depression are commonly associated with those who experience a great deal of anger. There are ways to treat these problems that might get you on a road to more balance.
For example, if you suffer from anxiety attacks, try consulting a therapist, who can prescribe a treatment called Buspirione, which treats anxiety with minimal side effects. And if you suffer with Depression, your therapist can prescribe one of many serotonin-specific reuptake inhibitors that carry virtually no risks.
You might also want to consider the natural route. Something like Kava Kava is a great herbal remedy for relieving stress and anxiety. In addition, regular exercise and a healthy diet can help to offset the effects of these disorders.
Start off slowly, and build up to a regular routine that fits into your schedule. Getting healthy will renew your attitude, which will help to control your anger.
Another great way to deal with anger is by writing down your feelings, frustrations, and thoughts. You can return to them, reread them, and think about them, which can help you deal with the issues.
If you are a parent, you know that children can grate on your nerves. If this is a problem for you, consider getting away for a bit to regenerate. Consider having a trusted family member or a friend watch them for a few hours, or a few days, so that you can get away and regroup.
Do something that you enjoy. Go for a walk, go shopping, anything that helps you to relax. Keeping in check with your emotions helps to prevent angry outbursts that can have adverse effects on your children. You will be a better parent for it in the end.
Whenever you do something well, or perform a good deed, reward yourself. This promotes a positive attitude about you.
On the other hand, if you make a mistake, do not beat yourself up about it. Remind yourself that you are human and that humans make mistakes. Try to learn from your mistakes and move forward. Also, do not let others be down on you. Let them know if someone is not being fair, or treating you poorly.
There are many solutions to treating anger in your life. You have to take the first step. If you can get control of your anger, you will have control of your life as well.