365 Days of Self Discovery: Feelings & Emotions

1.07.19

Day 8

What makes you angry? How do you deal with the anger?

  • I would be ranting if I had a list of everything that made me angry, as a matter of fact, I don’t think I could list everything because sometimes I find something new grinds my gears that I haven’t experienced before — and other times, it isn’t that I am angry, it might be just that I am frustrated and coming off angry about a situation. Either way, you got lucky because I was able to come up with a ranting list of things that anger me:
  1. Losing — I hate losing because I am competitive by nature. I never have fun losing, but I have learned to play sports, games, activities for fun because people don’t enjoy being around “sore losers”
  2. Failing – Failing at something or not being good at something; especially when I see someone else is good at it because it makes me feel “lame” not living up to those same standards & brings out my competitive nature. I tend to look at failing with perspective, and I either practice & try again or I admit to myself that I am not good at whatever it may be and move on or play for fun. 
  3. Bullying
  4. people whom seem to complain when they have it easier in life compared to others around them
  5. When people talk to me condescendingly 
  6. Shopping at Walmart
  7. Person taking advantage of someone because of their vulnerabilities
  8. Liars 
  9. 2 face individuals 
  10. Our governments choices sometimes
  11. Hate crimes
  12. bad drivers who do not care about the lives they are endangering
  13. Lack of justice for victims of any type of abuse or having to deal with unsolved homicides
What is it that makes you angry? 
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