Angry??? And Why ??

Why am i so angry?

Lately many of my posts are more and more about the issues of the negative feelings when you’re having mental illness. But we need to talk about this:

So many times I have to pull myself together and really stop being so damn angry… It feels so out of control and I started to think more about why? And what feelings got me there… We all have triggers and limits , but why are mine so much more sensitive when it comes to other ppl?

I looked up this at the internet :

Do you have anger issues? Have you found it difficult to control your anger?

If you look down the symptom list of various mental illnesses, you’ll see «anger» there. Anger is connected with depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, ADHD, personality disorders and others. Why is anger a symptom of mental illness? For the most part, people without mental health problems aren’t carrying a lot of anger inside over a prolonged period of time. They also have the capacity to control their anger. For those with a mental health condition, anger can be simmering below the surface ready to bubble up at a moment’s notice.

There’s also the issue of depression and impulsivity. When a person is depressed, many times they don’t care how they come across. And with impulsivity, a lack of control, a person may just blurt out their feelings and not think about the ramifications.

. Do you have anger issues? Have you found it difficult to control your anger?

If you look down the symptom list of various mental illnesses, you’ll see «anger» there. Anger is connected with depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, ADHD, personality disorders and others. Why is anger a symptom of mental illness? For the most part, people without mental health problems aren’t carrying a lot of anger inside over a prolonged period of time. They also have the capacity to control their anger. For those with a mental health condition, anger can be simmering below the surface ready to bubble up at a moment’s notice.

There’s also the issue of depression and impulsivity. When a person is depressed, many times they don’t care how they come across. And with impulsivity, a lack of control, a person may just blurt out their feelings and not think about the ramifications.

After reading this and thinking about the 60000 hours I have spent in therapy, I know!! I get angry instead of showing me weakness .. I get angry when I’m scared and loose control. I also get angry when I’m carrying around all the stuff my mind won’t let me forget.

I’m so tired of being angry and so angry that I’m always tired….

This may not make so much sense unless you have experienced it yourself. And for «normal» ppl our reactions can seem extreme, out of order and just not right. But what’s not right is all we who suffer from the mental problems has to carry around. So many feelings on top of each other and we often even don’t know why!

Many times I’ve been asked: why are you having anxiety right now ? Or why are you so depressed??

Well , if I knew that I would’ve done something right?

To be in a good mood and suddenly it’s like someone turn of the switch to your light. Take all your air and make you a complete mess with no control…

And that would make even the strongest person angry if it happens a lot.

So next time you get angry… try to think about what you felt right before, or what situation you were in.

Hopefully this was any help to some of you out there and feel free to give me some advice, feedback or comments❤️

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  1. First of all I enjoyed reading your post. I could identify with much of what you were talking about. I used to fly off the handle at the least little thing. From the constant switching of moods, to just the agitation, to the way someone didn’t understand or misinterpreted me. Like yourself I went through about a zillion hours of therapy. I still get upset and frustrated, but not so much angry anymore. I just try to stay in the moment the best I can and push forth. Easier said than done I know. Does it always work? Of course not. But after a lifetime of dealing with this crap I’ve sort of learned to roll with the punches. I am not an example of an ideal BP by any means. Too many problems too mention. Good luck to though. TY for this post. A very good perspective. TC

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  2. My husband has learned fast that my anger–dysphoric mania–is a sure sign that my mood has swung to the other side of the pendulum. I’ve been so angry that I have just wanted to destroy anything in my path. And I am usually feeling frustrated or helpless before it hits. Control has always been important, and I suppose that I just lose it when I can’t have control.

    Th for sharing!

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    1. Ty so much for reading and for sharing your own experience in this. You are so right about loosing it when you’re not in control. Everything, even the smallest stuff, can make you really angry. And tired. We don’t wanna be this way and it’s a daily struggle.

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  3. This is so true. Anger is often seen as a normal emotion and isn’t thought about much. This post definitely highlights what can be obvious reasons for a temper. I’m glad I read this 🙂

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    1. Indeed . To be angry can be mixed with all the other emotions . And in the end you might get to a place where you don’t feel good at all. It’s eating you up. Ty so much for reading❤️

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