worrying and anger
August 27, 2009 6:04am CST
Someone told me that he stopped worrying about things at an early age. Mostly after reading about self-help books. He said he found a new problem: "controlling anger". He said there was always a reason to be angry. : Angry for what some people have done to him. Angry that he did not have a fair chance for life... What do you think? Why is anger so difficult to rid of ?
3 Sep 09
Wow! where did you come from? I haven't been into this very serious and deep discussion for a long.i think i should add you in my friends-list. I hope you create more discussions like these because it's one of the topics missing in this site.. Anger comes into a lot of things..something that happened in the past, that was painful and couldn't recover from it. it came from something in the past..It would only stop if we forget..and simply forgive..but that's hard for me too
4 Sep 09
Thanks for you comment. Perhaps the so called "anger management" is something we would all benefit in mastering. But it seems anger is like a "big pie". Perhaps if we can cut it up into small slices, then we might be able to come up with workable action plans for self-improvement. I believe anything that will heal us may come in the form of new little actions on our part. Perhaps we can make anger management popular specially among young people. Perhaps the down sides are: - it is too serious and sensitive an issue - it inflicts too many of us that it may be considered as "normal" - there has been no easy way to discuss it without getting too emotional Perhaps by storytelling, we can make it more interesting? What do you think?