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Re: bipolar and anger

Posted by Ellen Brodie on May 23, 1999, at 5:22:27

In reply to Re: bipolar and anger , posted by Elaine on May 21, 1999, at 23:04:45

>I have struggled as you have with the samw thing. I go tho the bathroom. I know this sounds strange, but isit by muself in a dark area for about five muinutes in aplace where I feel safe. you might want to pick another safe place. On thing I have learned that I never believed before is that "I" have control over my anger it does not have control over me. Only when I let it. I then immedialtely journel my anger. Where, why, how I feel, it is typically displaceed anger, but I get it out. This takes practice, but it's like any other behavior that you want to change, if you want to do it bad enough you can. I have a list I have made of five things I can do when I get into a rage. I keep in with me at all times. EX: 1. Sit in private place. 2. Journal Anger 3. Take Walk. 4. Light Candles 5. Call Friend. It all depends where you are and what makes you feel good. Gives these some thought. I have also started taking Tai chi once a wee. It has helped channel my anger emmensely. Highly reccomeend it. Look at this as a crisis situation as something that you need to get out of. Then you will put forth more effort into working at it. This took alot of effot and time for me. meditaional music helped. Do whatever it takes that calms you. Write it down and stick to. Refer to it in a "crisit situation" It really has helped to get my rages under control. Good Luck. More info my e-mail is Ellen Brodie




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