Join the military, they will channel your anger and sadness into wholesome activities like blowing **** up
Stop smoking and drinking would be a good start.
yeah, smoking and drinking, the latter particularly, are counter productive to anger/emotion management.
Little story. A few years back , I saw a TV documentary about depression. It said that South Africa had one of the worst on record.<br />
Long story short. The nation on average hardly ate seafood.<br />
They tried a few on a seafood diet and them that didn't like seafood were given stuff like cod liver oil capsules. <br />
They came to the conclusion that this diet was beneficial too the mental state. <br />
Me, I was an helpless drunk till I saw this. I'd been in detox a few times.<br />
I still drink and smoke, but I never drink enough so I'm fall over drunk.<br />
Smoking is not the problem,ignore that, when you get the booze down, then maybe think of your smoking habit.<br />
If nothing else , invest in a few,cheap cod liver oil tablets for a few months
diet and exercise..?
When i was young i wanted to be something, now i,m something i wish i was young.
Drinking can cover up the emotions for awhile, but the only thing that can really make them go away is acknowledging them and dealing with them.
Changing your lifestyle and surroundings can work wonders if you let it.<br />
No alcholic wants to hear, stop drinking, but that is the best answer. You can say that you have anger management problems with out it, but that is just an excuse. <br />
If you want to be happy ,then change your life!
feels good if you are happy &well. but if you are angry &sad, it will amplify that. once your body &mind is poisoned, its down hill.
I hate to tell you this, but you're going to have to accept the worse sad/angry feelings you're trying to stave off in order to get past the continuous lower level of sad/angry.