Reasons for Anger.

Most times anger is just a cover up emotion. It is much easier to find energy from anger than from sadness or anxiety. Finding releases for your anger is good but it will not truly go away if you don't get down to the root of the problem. You also have to remember that it is okay to be sad, and it is okay to ask for help. I feel that it can be very hard to find the root of the problem by your self. Ask for help from parents, siblings and friends not just professionals (although they are good too). Whoever you talk to may not even have to say anything, sometimes just working it out out loud is all you need to do.

This is the advice that my mother gave me, do you have any advice on how to deal with your anger in an emotional way and not just finding a physical release?

Simon Anderson Flex's picture

Write down everything that you are mad at, then it feels as if its not in you but on the paper and you feel better.

Simon Anderson Flex's picture

I guess it is a physical release but it still helps

Jessica4471's picture

A way I find that works for me is keep a journal and make entry's whenever you are feeling upset, it isn't really telling someone about how you really feel but at the same time it releases your emotions and personally relieves stress

Elisabeth's picture

I find talking with someone helps. I have anxiety and I know it's not easy, but talking about what the problem is with someone instead of bottling it up inside helps me a lot. Even if it takes me weeks to get up the courage to actually talk about it, I feel much better afterwords. I find if you keep these feels to yourself, you will just become more stressed, irritable, and prone to taking your pent up anger out at someone. I you are able to get these feelings off your chest as soon as possible, you will be happier.

moonfire_13's picture

I have a punching bag in my garage and sometimes i go down there and whale on it for a while