October 2, 2009 11:38pm CST
if anybody ask me the above question than my answer would be yes. yes i am short tempered, everyone has it's own nature & attitude but i am also having cool nature, i talk to everyone in a polite way but manytimes i got anger in just a few seconds than i don't know what happens to me and i started shouting angrily on the person who has done the fault and then i am out of control, aand ust after 10-15 minutes i get normal and than realise that what is this going on. please help me now what i have to do and discuss about your problems and how you get anger!!!
7 responses
• Philippines
1 Nov 09
yes I am patience is too short,I get angered easily.I don't like being annoyed by people,especially when I am being civil or nice.some people intend to annoy someone,just for fun.I hate talking to those kind of order to get my calm back,I have to stay away from those irritating people.
@riyasam (16556)
• India
28 Oct 09
i also used to get angry a lot of times but since i am doing meditation now ,my outbursts spells have reduced.
@Shebang (244)
• Philippines
3 Oct 09
Yes. I am short tempered. But I am only towards people who doesn't have common sense. If I talk to someone and will have to repeat myself, I lose my temper.
• Philippines
3 Oct 09
I am short tempered.I can easily get irritated and stressed.I don't have the patience to deal with small,irritating disasters in my life.I can easily fume over an issue in less than 5 seconds.I am actually laidback and cool,but I easily loose my temper over things I really hate and on people who make me hate them.
@simonelee (2716)
• China
3 Oct 09
Yes, I am. I easily get mad but I have a control over it. What i usually do is be quiet and stay away from the person that causes it or go to a place that will lower my temper. A place that is calm and a fresh air to inhale to relax me. In your case you have to control your anger before it controls you. Here's a simple steps you can try: 1. Breathe deeply, from your diaphragm; breathing from your chest won't relax you. Picture your breath coming up from your "gut." 2. Slowly repeat a calm word or phrase such as "relax," "take it easy." Repeat it to yourself while breathing deeply. 3. Use imagery; visualize a relaxing experience, from either your memory or your imagination. Learn to use them automatically when you're in a tense situation. 4. Nonstrenuous, slow yoga-like exercises can relax your muscles and make you feel much calmer. Practice these techniques daily. Learn to use them automatically when you're in a tense situation.
@Watashi (22)
• United States
19 Oct 09
I am very cool headed. Most the time I don't really care enough to get angry in the first place, and when I do get angry it is normally short lived.
• Philippines
3 Oct 09
I think yes. I easily get irritated by simple questions or gestures regardless who did/said it. Sometimes, I cna't even control my sudden burst of emotions. I am aware that this is not a good attitude, but I really can't help it.