have you gone wild when your anger burst out all of a sudden..
May 30, 2007 6:33am CST
have you gone wild when your anger burst out all of a sudden!! have you experienced finding yourself tearing something or trying to wrecked everything on your own place. i have experienced this getting my burst emotion got out. well I'm a silent type of guy i don't talk to much if it isn't important at all..one day i got pissed off by my sister the only thing i can say out loud is the F@#$ word. and my parents trying to get on my way thinking i could hurt my sister that time, but i did not and i will not do it even if i have a chance to do so. they try to control my feelings but all i can say is "don't you ever touch me, beside the f@#$ word. then i go trying to ease the pain inside, trying to talk to a friends by chatting, and playing some Online games. well i tried to forget those bad moments that day, but thinking of not trying to go home and planning to a friend's house. and when sun goes down and the appearing night took all the way, i tried to consult my feeling over the matter, trying to forgot the things that happened. and without noticing i was in front of our doors knocking and just pretending nothing happened that day. the earliest thing i know the morning i woke up they all nice to me. well it never happened again for i got ashamed for myself doin' it again. how about you ? can you share your anger moments? or have you gone wild when your anger burst out all of a sudden..how do you control your anger for every situation that pissed you off.
• United States
30 May 07
I used to have a really bad temper. REALLY bad. In the past few years it's calmed down a lot, mostly due to my wife and son. But there was one time before my son was born, i don't even remember what happened to set me off, I punched a hole in the kitchen wall. yep. right be the oven, so it wasn't even a place i could cover up with a picture, and hide from my wife until i could get it fixed. LOL I can laugh about it now. She came home, and just stared at me, and after that i never really got that angry again. I was ashamed of myself, and what i had done. Geez, and i can't even remember what made me mad. It wasn't her, it was something else. But as I've gotten older, i've just calmed down a lot, and seen that there's really just no reason to get worked up over stuff like that. It's not worth it.
• United States
31 May 07
That's true. i couldn't imagine going through life always being that angry. I know guys that are, and that's just way too much stress for me. Plus, when you stop punching inanimate objects, you tend to stop breaking knuckles. LOL and that would be a GOOD thing.