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Things you do to release anger?

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I just remember that anger is ugly, it always leads to actions you regret. Don't compromise your inner and outer beauty to advertise the worst and most fleeting parts of your character. 

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Bluetooth speaker on 100%

Ignorance - Paramore

Sing the song as loud as I can

Repeat with other angry rock songs

and I usually feel better after that apart from my throat lol

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On 11/8/2017 at 11:00 AM, Hachiroku said:

I just listen to music or play video games. But sometimes the game makes me angry.

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That's why I prefer watching others play, so I can chuckle at their mistakes and only mildly sympathize with their anger. :wacko:

Oh yeah, reading books helps too... particularly Star Trek books. Or popping some corn (I have quite a lot of that in stock here) and plopping down on the couch to watch a DVD.

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Smoke, tap feet and hum. If all else fails, speakers on max, blast music and sing at the top of my voice.

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I bottle my anger quite a bit. I'm honestly... just not good at dealing with emotions in general. When I do express anger, it's usually in the form of a higher concentration of curses than usual. :lol: 

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I'm known to have a bad temper when things don't go my way but I'm not as angry as I used to be. Back then, I would take my anger out on my possessions and on very rare occasions, my own family--verbally and not physically--but one day I decided to lead a neutral life where I'd stay in the middle and not take sides. I still lash out every once in a while though I'm doing well to refrain from truly unleashing my anger since it doesn't do anyone a world of good.

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I drink. Sounds bad I knooow but I drink in a good way. Lightly and just for fun, and well anything fun stops anger to a degree.

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It takes a lot to get me angry, so if I am it's usually for a good reason. Target practice, driving range, darts, cartoons and some video games are some avenues I use to release frustration and stress.

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Depends. If I'm just a little upset, a few minutes to have a smoke usually does the trick. If I'm seeing red, I'll call some friends over and we'll brawl a bit followed by a barbecue and some beers.

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Swearing, I don't usually swear that much normally but if I'm really angry and frustrated an expletive laden rant does the trick to let the anger out, preferably away from other people at the time.

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When I'm upset, I tend to sit down and run wild with my thoughts. It's a lot better than what I used to do, as I left a hole in my kitchen door last year, because I was quite fired up on that day. 

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Listen to music that’s pretty much has always pulled through the worst of things music has always been there for me.

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I always feel the urge to break things when I'm angry, my favorite being snapping pencils. But my house doesn't have many writing utensils, so I don't do that. If it's available, I resort to comfort food. Occasionally, I cry because I rarely have pure anger. It's usually mixed in with sadness. I swear under my breath when I'm alone, but it only seems to take a little bit of the edge off.

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i just try to calm down and breath in and out and try to forget it.

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