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Re: more anger towards my therapist deerock Dinah

Posted by deerock on September 3, 2009, at 12:42:56

In reply to Re: more anger towards my therapist deerock deerock, posted by Dinah on September 3, 2009, at 12:37:44

my main issues are anger and anxiety. the personality stuff is relevant because i get angry at people sometimes after i let them in. and i am anxious in general, really anxious about social situations, my health, etc.

so if i diet and exercise, i will be calmer and more fit. exercise really calms me down. eating well calms me down too. it makes me feel like im control of myself and my health.

so if i am calmer, i am less anxious. if i am less anxious, i let people in more. if im calmer im less angry. im more likely to control my anger when it comes up. if i do more of what i want, diet and exercise, i feel more confident about my ability to control myself hence lowering the anxiety further.

these are just my ideas about it. i cant say i did it and it happened to work because i can only really do this stuff for a day before i give up.

so someone might say oh you can only do it for a day because you have a personality disorder. or something like that. like narcissists cant accomplish much and bleed the life from people who can. so maybe im a narcissist. or maybe i just dont know how to reach my goals. and if i could reach my goals of exercising and eating well id hate myself less, be more in control of my emotions and feel healthier and not need to diminish the accomplishments of others because im accomplishing something myself.




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