Let it Out–Why Are You So Angry Inside?

Anger is a perfectly normal emotion. What’s important is realizing why we’re angry and how we express it in our lives. Always be yourself.

Handle Negative Emotions Constructively

Nowadays, we’re not supposed to be angry. It isn’t good to be angry, because we are civilized people, who should be able to deal with our emotions in a constructive, non-threatening and non-confrontational manner. Of course, this results in a whole bunch of passive aggressive BS, backstabbing, talking behind another’s back and, of course, pent up rage, which then unfolds in people “losing it.”

I find nothing wrong with confronting people; quite on the contrary. I am absolutely sick to death of toxic nicety, sugarcoating, beating around the bush and pretentious cowards who run their mouth behind another’s back while never once confronting anyone. And this brings me to the fact that there are plenty of things I am angry about. Help understand why you or someone you know is so angry contact a psychic today!

I’m not going into a long tirade now about all the things that really piss me off. But herd behavior is definitely my number one pet peeve; closely followed by the self-serving, whining, woe-is-me, never holding themselves accountable for anything downers, who simply don’t contribute a whole lot to anyone or anything. And of course, last, but not least, we have the self-entitled jerks, who really do believe that the world and everyone else owes them, because they had it hard in their life, had it really good in their life or some idiot parent taught them so. Nothing fuels my fire more than lame excuses for lame behavior and complete lack of integrity.

See, the thing is that we think so much in absolutes. Either we constantly confront, or we don’t confront at all. Either we run our mouths all the time, or never, and when we do, we can count on some Muppet who is going to tell you how negative you are. I, however, find a huge difference in being negative, down and angry all the time, and being angry about things sometimes. There is no such thing as always being happy and mellow, unless you are the Dalai Lama, which I am, unfortunately, not.

“H.A.L.T.= When you are too Hungry, Angry, Lonely, or Tired it’s time to slow down and take some time for yourself, otherwise you will say or do something that could complicate your life further…and you don’t need that!” – Yemaya ext. 5143

These days I sometimes wish people would get more angry and actually do something about it. And no, I do not mean blowing someone/something up, starting a war or getting into fistfights. No, we already have plenty of idiots who are doing that. I just sometimes wished people would grow some balls and start talking, debating or standing up for what they believe to be right in a constructive way. I wished people would stop arguing about who is right and learn to see another’s point of view. And of course, I wished people would be more interested in working on themselves and becoming a better person for the rest, before they start criticizing, attacking or undermining those who are different or make them feel threatened. Imagine what the world would be like if people would actually point the finger at themselves and chose to be the example for others, versus sitting on their butts and blaming everyone else. I can tell you that this world would be awesome.

Alas, complacency, blaming, deceitfulness and cowardice are so much easier to do then lifting a finger and doing something about it. And I think that is my greatest disappointment in human beings.

So how do I get over my anger and disappointment? I realize that there are things I have no control over and things I do have control over. And no matter how hard it is, I choose to take a long hard look at myself first, before I run my mouth about others. I do the work, even though I swim upstream a lot of the time, and I lead by example. I give to others as much as I can, I share and help wherever I can and realize that sometimes one small act of kindness can make a huge difference for another, and therefore inspire that person to do the same.

I’m no Dalai Lama and I am no Zen master. I get angry, disappointed, depressed and annoyed like everyone else. I just won’t let the negative emotions be my number one mode. And when it gets too bad, I let it out by writing, working out or talking to someone I can trust. After all, the worst thing we can do is to bottle things up and to dwell in anger, blame and regret.

“If you have to explain Zen you are missing the point, it is about just being.” – Quinn ext. 5484

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9 thoughts on “Let it Out–Why Are You So Angry Inside?

  1. Kelli5130

    Thank you Carmen for another great article. Anger is there for a reason and shouldn’t be turned in ourselves. We all have to remember anger is a healthy reaction to a situation. It is violence, aggression and hostility which are unhealthy and they shouldn’t be confused with anger. Anger is reasonable. When it turns into the former is when it is a problem.

    Love your aricles! Many blessings,
    Kelli5130

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  2. law

    Hi, it was soo refreshing to read an article that takes a good spin on being angry. Too many people focus on how anger will only equal negativity, so this has been a great article and I love your positive spin on it too.

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  3. Marc from the UK

    Well hello Carmen, you made me giggle and kept me reading until the end you are a natural book writer!!! It was in deed a great article and I enjoyed it very much. Thank you for being direct and firm, at first I thought you were having a bad hair day, but I am sure it was a heart felt article. Marc from little ol England!

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  4. Gina Rose ext.9500Gina Rose ext.9500

    I agree with you Carmen…….1000 %

    This, by far, is my favorite article written by you, to date.

    Blessed Be )O(
    Gina Rose ext.9500

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  5. Mel

    Thanks so much for that Carmen, you are spot on about getting angry for the right reasons, it changes things. Been feeling like this for awhile now so I know its just a sign that something’s gotta give soon and not that things are out of hand. Sometimes anger gives us the push we need in life, we should use it constructively as passive aggressive behaviour is so damaging. I Totally agree too that others should work on themselves more to make this world a better place to be in. Here’s hoping.

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