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michaellestermichaellester Posts: 1 Literally just got here
is it good to get angry too quickly?


  • Kathleen07Kathleen07 Posts: 1,936 Taking your piece of the pi
    Hey Michael <3

    Do you find yourself lashing out when you're angry, or struggle to handle it some other way? Some people are just more short-tempered or prone to anger than others, and I think that's generally okay. I think it becomes a problem when it's interfering with your life, or you lash out at others because of it - then it suggests there's an issue. I had anger problems some years back so I sympathise with anything like that, it's so hard to cope with. <3 I'm not saying you necessarily do though.

  • StephanieStephanie Posts: 687 Super Moderator
    edited March 2019
    Hey Michael.

    Welcome to The Mix,

    Just to let you know we've moved your thread to the health and well-being section on here as we feel you may get more support that way,

    Sorry to hear your struggling with your anger, do you want to talk more about what makes you feel angry? No worries if not, take your time we are here for you.

    The Mix have an article about anger, it may be worth having a look at if you want too, it may benefit you :heart:


    Hope this has helped, we care and are here for you 

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  • ShaunieShaunie England 🏠Posts: 9,278 Supreme Poster

    Some people do get angry quickly. Which is okay. We all express our feelings differently.  Just learning how to manage it is important - esp if it is affecting you or others. Learning triggers and reasons may help. And reaching out for support on here is good start. Do you feel you may need extra support for this?
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