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Why You NEED To Release The Emotion Of Anger...

Anger is a vital emotion.

It’s a catalyst for action…

a catalyst for change.

It’s natural…

a natural reaction to something we don’t agree with…

a way we have been treated…

perhaps a way someone else has been treated…

whether with words or actions…

that have hurt or harmed in some way.

The problem is…

when we don’t release that anger…

when we just let it dissipate or bury it deep inside…

it gets repressed…

waiting for an opportunity to be released…

probably towards someone who didn’t cause it in the first place.

If you bury enough anger deep inside…

you will certainly discover that it causes more issues down the line.

Perhaps leading to depression…

illness…

mental health problems.

It’s vital that any anger felt…

is aimed at the person who caused it.

Why should you suffer, at someone else's expense?

You shouldn’t.

Now…

if time has elapsed since a certain event when the anger was caused…

it may not be appropriate to express that emotion today.

It may cause more harm than good.

But…

you could write an ‘anger letter’ towards the person that caused it.

This will help you release the pent-up anger.

You can then destroy that letter any way you feel fit.

Maybe burning it.

Maybe tearing it up into tiny pieces, putting into the toilet, and doing what comes naturally after that : )

On top of that…

you could also vent your anger physically.

Maybe imagining a pillow is the person that caused the anger.

Maybe imagining a punchbag is the person that caused it.

Maybe having a Personal Trainer, Coach or Therapist wear some boxing pads…

and you can imagine the person’s face on each of those pads while you let rip : )

Doing both of the above will help you release repressed and pent-up anger…

leaving you feeling lighter…

and free.

It’s then important to remember to deal with anger when it arises in the present…

directing it at the person that caused it in the first place…

so you don’t have to go through the process of burying it…

storing it up…

until it becomes a problem again.

It’s better to deal with things in the present…

than it is to leave them until they become problematic.

Do you hold anger towards someone in your past?

If so…

maybe it’s time to do something about it…

before it causes problems in your present.

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