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  • Alot of getting through anger is allowing yourself to let go of it. If you cannot do this, talking to someone who can help you work through it is often helpful. Anger will only fester and continue to hurt you and others until you let it go or work it through, and usually that means doing both things.
  • There was not enough information, however if you are that depressed, to feel "far away" and are hurting others, possibly get some therapy to work through any unresolved issues you have. Counseling could be very beneficial for you.
  • Talk Talk Talk till you work it through for yourself! For me...when there is no one to talk to...I write and talk to God :-)
  • It's refreshing to see that you acknowledge the problem AND seek help to make the necessary changes. It sounds like you're young, if so, there is an Awake magazine entitled "Teen Depression: Why? what can help?" It is featured on the website jw.org or you can ask any Jehovah's Witness in your area for a hard copy(all of our literature is free of charge). The article gives practical information for teens and parents. This website also offers solutions and explanations for anger and what we can do to keep it under control. The Bible explains in Hebrews
  • It's refreshing to see that you acknowledge the problem AND seek help to make the necessary changes. It sounds like you're young, if so, there is an Awake magazine entitled "Teen Depression: Why? what can help?" It is featured on the website jw.org or you can ask any Jehovah's Witness in your area for a hard copy(all of our literature is free of charge). The article gives practical information for teens and parents. This website also offers solutions and explanations for anger and what we can do to keep it under control. The Bible explains in Hebrews "The word of God is alive and exerts power.

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