Anger Management

United States
May 8, 2007 12:47am CST
Have you ever reached a point where things and people in life have upset you so much until you feel like you have totally lost control? How beneficial do you think anger management is for a person that has a really bad temper?
2 responses
@lynboobsy11 (11346)
• Philippines
8 May 07
Yes I did it happen when I was totally going to explode and loose my temper to the person I really hate. I know it's bad coz I didn't think of what may happen to the person and the people who's watching with us and specially me with great anger but after I did I realize that loosing temper is not a good practice to oneself. It's no benificial to me and to the person I hate too it only effects the relationship, the best thing is to have a strong control to one's feeling and pray to conquer the temper. There is nothing to loose if stay calm and decent.
• United States
7 Aug 08
I totally agree, I posted this discussion a year ago and I must say I have returned to it because I have got intot hsi diliemma again with my job. I changed shifts thinking it would be btter for me to go to a different location to only get ehre and find out that this location is just as bad as the last one. My supervisors drive me nuts and I can't stand when people nit pick out stupid things and that is something that my supervisors do quite constantly. I have reached a point where I'm ready to just blow up on them but I'm trying to keep my cool because i am currently 9 months pregnant and would not want to go into labor yelling and cursing at these silly people.
• Philippines
8 May 07
there was one time when my parents were in the process of separation my emotions got so strong and i forgot to control the anger that build up inside me. my parents were having a confrontational fight back then on who will keep us. because of my anger, pressure and hatred building inside me i burst out cursing my father and telling him that he's a useless parent. those words hurted him a lot and afterwards i regretted my words. anger management is important because in anger, the tongue is quicker than our mind. we tend to say things that we do not really mean just because we feel like saying so at that moment. those words will hurt someone and even if you apologize later, the effect of those will linger on the persons subconscious
• United States
9 May 07
I know that feeling lately people have been telling me that are afraid to see me get really upset becuase i'm liable to pop at any moment. And I've reached a point where I don't want to yell I just want to pick something up and see how hard and far I ca toss it.