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Re: wow.. the ANGER!! ;)

Posted by Lamdage22 on October 13, 2011, at 12:41:43

In reply to Re: wow.. the ANGER!! ;) Lamdage22, posted by Dinah on October 13, 2011, at 10:52:45

> Well, my viewpoint might be skewed by the fact that anger gives me an awful headache. I'd prefer talking it out then letting it go, because it hurts.

Does your neck tense up when your stressed out? Do you grind teeth perhaps?
Any problems with your neck/back?

It might be a tension headache and be pushed over the "edge" when you get additional tension from anger. I feel my mucles tense up when I'm like really angry. Idk if its a problem for you.. for me it would be, id abuse ibuprofen hah a

> But I think there's definitely something to be said for tolerating anger, especially if it propels you forward rather than keeping you stuck with the very people who made you angry. I think Marsha Linehan is very much in favor of experiencing and tolerating emotions.

Thanks i will take a look at it. LOVE reading psychology books;)

Yeah sometimes i get so freaked out (when I'm off the hookers) that i don't know how to help myself anymore. Then its like a dialogue in my head.. go or not go to the brothel.. (its legal were i live btw). And that don't help. If i tell people most are like what the heck its no problem its good against depression.
How in the world is it good for depression if i do something i feel guilt and shame about, something that kills my emotions and something i have lost control over. Furthermore i kinda distance myself mentally from a normal relationship. Not even to talk about financial problems. Yeah germans i guess.




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