Have you ever wondered why you get angry at times? When something happens and it sets you off, have you ever tried to process it through your mind as to why you’re angry at that exact moment? We all have things we get angry about, but what we don’t stop to realize that our anger could mean something. Getting angry could sometimes result to something positive. Our anger is something to take notice. Your anger is a gift.
Normally when a person is upset, they go off. They scream, banter, yell, etc. Sometimes destroy an object nearby. Whenever you come down from your rampage, take a minute to look back on it. If you think about it, your anger could mean something. You can use your anger to create something that can result to a positive outcome. Really think about this. Use your anger for good instead of evil.
There’s tons of people out here use use their anger for good. Mainly musicians and artists and etc. Musicians use their inner anger to create a smash hit song that could last for a lifetime. Even come up with some amazing ideas along the way such as interesting lyrics and instrumentals. For any artists, they use their anger for new artistic ideas. Create something that they can look at as a sign of relief. They use their anger for special things. You can do the same. Just find something that can make you express your anger in a way that could be understood without rubbing someone the wrong way.
Even screaming. A while ago, I wrote a blog post about screaming and how it could help with your emotions. The same can be said here as well. If you’re angry, just go out and scream! You will feel better, but also you’ll realize your mind is cleared and you can use your anger for good. It’s possible and I know it sounds a little weird but it’s worth it in the end.
Your anger can be very rare to come across as it does take a lot to get angry at something. Not upset, not mad, I’m talking about straight up anger. That’s why it could be a gift as well. Gifts are sometimes rare to come by as you recieve them at random times. Whenever you get angry, you ever think about the last time you felt that way? I know I would have, and then realize that this doesn’t happen very often. Take that anger as your own gift. Use it for better, not for worse. Just make sure you treat yourself as well. You’ll feel 10x better.