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How to stop being angry all the time

Is there a way to BE less angry?
Would anger management help?
I’m not talking about meditation or anything either just to not feel angry all the time.
I’m not surprised or confused or sad ect. I’m just angry or happy

I know how to manage it, as in take a walk or journal and the only thing I hit is a punching bag. I’m not violent or abusive physically or verbally.

Everyone I’m super close with tells me I’m an angry person. I get angry over the slightest every day life injustices.

I’m ok with taking LEGAL medications if you can tell me what I’m looking for or how to seek them out… But I also don’t want ones that will numb me. I once took anti depressents after being heavily bullied and my mom told me I was less angry… Which made me angry.

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  1. Mike Luu Mike Luu says:

    Playing video games helped me calm down. I take my anger at online fps games and it such a stress reliever too.

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  2. Learn to be mindful and patience. To solution to the sin of wrath is to practice the virtue of patience.

    Or take pills, that’s a lot easier and doesn’t require and personal growth work.

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  3. Check your homes its a good possibility they are out of balance

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  4. Be grateful for the good in your life every morning. Realize that you cannot prevent all the injustice in this world.

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  5. Arlee Louise Arlee Louise says:

    Smoke weed. It’ll change your life.

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  6. Counseling. Findout the root causes and deal with it?

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  7. Amber Lynn Amber Lynn says:

    Your struggling with something and you dont even know it. Theres a reason you get set off easy. Are you stressed? Sometimes you need to take a time out. It’s okay to be angry but if your getting angry all the time there is something deeper going on.

    You have to realize that you legitimately only have one life. You will never get today back. You will never get yesterday back. So why waste your time being angry? I used to be mad at the world constantly – I realized that I’m wasting my life, my energy, MYSELF – on other people and things that don’t matter.

    Realize its YOUR life. And you only get to live it ONCE.

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  8. Bill Howatt Bill Howatt says:

    Jerk off more…

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  9. Cbt taught me mindfullness and my antidepressants sure do help keep me more level.

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  10. Shelley Dee Shelley Dee says:

    This is caused by adrenal hormone .

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  11. Sounds like how I was. Seen a psychiatrist and things are better. Learned I have PTSD and got some meds. No more nightmares and no more outbursts. Good luck!

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  12. Stark Kathy Stark Kathy says:

    You open two gifts every morning (Your eyes)That should be enough to help with having Gratitude. If you think it…..it will happen good or bad watch your thoughts because they become your reality/ additude Change your thoughts….its changes your life . Its Not You Its your Brain.

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  13. Jodi Flatt Jodi Flatt says:

    Talk to your doctor.

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  14. Cee Zee Cee Zee says:

    Talk to your doctor. Irritability and short-temperedness are two huge indicators of anxiety and depression, and are often overlooked as symptoms.

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  15. Anger is a feeling of feeling that things are unjust. Anger is a normal emotion and sometimes when we are stressed out it overwhelmed we express more frustration and anger than anything else. Why not look into therapy? I used to be a pretty angry person, but by learning about the emotions and learning how to manage them properly I’ve been living a much happier life.

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  16. Ceol Poon Ceol Poon says:

    I’m not trying to be facetious here, but I have learned this also applies to anger: “Before you diagnose yourself with depression or low self-esteem, first make sure that you are not, in fact, just surrounded by assholes.”
    William Gibson

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  17. Keith Bangen Keith Bangen says:

    You’re shoes are too tight. You might wanna loosen the laces or buy bigger shoes

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  18. I don’t understand why others snipe or shoot off useless info. to someone asking for help.

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  19. Anger management teaches how to effectively deal with the symptoms of your anger.. not the root of it.. you need to seek therapy

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  20. I would suggest seeing your doctor for a physical, just to rule out any possible underlying issues.There are endocrine disorders which can cause mood fluctuations and can be ruled out by a simple blood test.
    From there depending on the findings your doctor will help you with next steps, be it mental, physical or a combination.
    Good luck!

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  21. The first step is acknowledging the problem, the second step is getting to the root of that problem, third is your healing journey, good luck

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  22. Cassie House Cassie House says:

    Sounds like depression or a serotonin deficiency.

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  23. If you are female try a zinc supplement. Also do yoga.

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  24. Marie Aly Marie Aly says:

    Anxiety causes anger. Could that be apart of the bigger picture?

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  25. You can google HOFFMAN PROCESS in Caroline Alberta. It will change your life.

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  26. Taryn Millar Taryn Millar says:

    Don’t take Roids

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  27. Antidepressants help, to start with anyway. Get some counseling too. There could be a deep rooted issue there… good luck

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  28. Lila Abadi Lila Abadi says:

    Check your thyroid. Talk to tour dr. Could be anything

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  29. This is a question for your doctor. Not for a million smart asses on facebook. Go speak to your doctor. Being angry all the time could be a serious indication of frontal lobe damage in your brain due to concussion at one point in your life. And, unless anyone commenting has M.D after their name, they can not prescribe medication. This is seriously what is wrong with society.

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  30. Alyssa Pupp Alyssa Pupp says:

    Derek Walsh only if you are over 25

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  31. My severe anger problem was rooted in uncontrolled anxiety. Fight or flight is very real. I always chose fight.

    Someone telling me to focus on the positive, be grateful for the gift of life and all that bullshit would absolutely enrage me. It felt dismissive, and it was. Your anger in the moment FEELS justified, and that’s valid. You can’t just wish it away with happy thoughts and unicorns. For me, learning to bring my anxiety level down, so that I wasn’t constantly riding the top of the wave made a very big difference. I achieved this with therapy and a low dose medication.

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  32. Lois Sunley Lois Sunley says:

    Look fot the good in your life 3 things a day your mind will start to find the positive

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  33. Sharon Swan Sharon Swan says:

    Go see your doctor and dont let him or her tell you it’s because you are depressed … as that will be the first thing they will say … or that you dont know that you are depressed . You could be referred to a therapist as there could be underlining problems as a child that may be bothering you .

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  34. Anger is an emotion that is a smokescreen for every other feeling. It’s an end product… not the cause of your emotional issues. You can take all the pills recommended or prescribed but if there isn’t some sort of therapy, the root problem will never get resolved. You need a phycologist/theapist/counselor & a physician.

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  35. If you are interested at looking deeper for potential biochemical issues that contribute to anger/behavior issues you might want to consider doing a metabolic panel with DHA labs and have a consultation with Dr Mensah of Mensah medical. There are often underlying issues of nutritional deficiencies or toxicities that affect behavior and emotions.

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  36. Cindy Dato Cindy Dato says:

    See a counselor, maybe you have stuff u need to get off your chest. It worked for me

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  37. Sara Girhiny Sara Girhiny says:

    I had the same problem until I went back on my anti depressants. I would look into it honestly. I would get so angry at the slightest things. You can talk to your doctor about your concerns of feeling numb. Mine really just take the edge off. Doesn’t feel as raw. It doesn’t have to be permanent either. It’s not a life sentence being on antidepressants and it shouldn’t make you feel weak or angry

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  38. Tiara Preist Tiara Preist says:

    stop giving a fuck.

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  39. Derek Walsh Derek Walsh says:

    Alyssa Pupp Idk where you live but where I live the legal age is 18

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  40. My anger reduced significantly when I divorced an asshole and removed all my so called friends that seem to expect me to tolerate they very things that they never ever would…. self worth. I ve always accepted everyone into my life and let them do what ever. No more. Not as angry now

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  41. The thing I have learned about anger is how our emotions come out as anger so often. We don’t always know how to process things and it just rises as angery feelings. It is brutal. Mental illness can make a person more angry, as we can’t cope.. just so many things can cause this. It sucks. Finding these causes takes time. But it can be done.
    I have also learned that anger isn’t something controlled easily. Our brain goes back to the last time we were angry, as we need to create new habits so our brain goes to the new habits, instead of our ways (getting angry). Walk away, instead of yelling. Go clean something, use distractions, calming techniques.. the list goes on. Anger is such a powerful emotion!

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  42. You may want to check into your sleep patterns.

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  43. Chris Hubick Chris Hubick says:

    Just ride your bike to work bro.

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  44. Susanne Bard Susanne Bard says:

    When you only feel two emotions you need to seek out professional help. They can help you find out what is triggering you anger and help you define your happiness, reach out for happiness daily once you understand your emotions better. It’s hard work but completely worth it!

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  45. If you live in Canada, in Alberta, in Edmonton your Anger is completely justified.
    I’ve never seen such a collapse in society as there has been in the past 20 years.

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  46. keep yourself busy with activities you enjoy.

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  47. Kara Keena Kara Keena says:

    Honestly, try meditation.

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  48. Leo Mason Leo Mason says:

    Stab random people. Total stress release.

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  49. Jason Snow Jason Snow says:

    Stop thinking something is wrong.
    Accept it.
    You’re completely normal.

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  50. You will not be punished for your anger. You will be punished by your anger.

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  51. a well suited therapist will give you tools to help deal with the anger (which I agree with everyone is usually a sign of something else. Mine is anxiety FOR SURE) that doesn’t involve drugs. Sometimes that alone can help control, sometimes together. Either way, your therapist can be your best outlet. A non judgemental person who is only there to be real with you and help!

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