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  • I head up to the mountains and scare the heck out of a few white lines.
  • punching bags. a whole line of them. followed by chocolate ice cream.
  • Run or dance.
  • I try not to get angry or start to hate people.. nothing good will come out of hate. But... I do have a nasty habit of crying when everything is just too much. It's less common these days though, just after my ex broke up with me, for example, I was a constant wreck and a whimp without comparision.. I still am, but it's still improved a lot
  • There is usually not much to get out as I don't let it build up. There is no need to vent as I don't let it out, I just let go of it as unnecessary for me. It doesn't do anything for me in a positive way, so I just release it and it's more like evaporating.
  • workin out! and the punching bag!
  • I crank the music and start singing , clean house or I go for a drive, usually to a park.
  • I haven't figured that out yet. it's currently in a locker in the back of my mind.
  • I don't accumulate it in the first place. I am terribly jaded and apathetic these days.
  • I go for a drive, ride my horse, KILL my heavybag, lift weights, or go for a walk. I also work especially hard when I'm angry and am very productive ;-)
  • I go for a drive.... Exercise... Vent on AB....
  • Play sport and run myself to a standstill.
  • I go to sleep. I deal with a lot of my problems that way hahaha. :P
  • I go for a walk I yell I cry I listen to music
  • Bottle it up and stew over it as I lie in bed before eventually disolving into tears. If I have more time and more clarity, I blast my music and jump on my bed and then get onto AB to suck up some optomisim from some of my more cheerful pals.
  • Save up 25,000 dollars, go to Everest, climb to the top and scream... you will never be the same and definitely wont be hostile :)
  • I'm not that angry of a person, but I would rather get away from the person I am mad at, then go back to the issue when I've cooled off. That way I'm not kicking myself for saying something out of anger.
  • i burn herbs in the house and play music... it's tough to keep practicing when there is people that make my beats sound like they came from a low budget tyco toy. but it still makes me smile☺
  • First, I am medicated for such things. I'm bipolar. However, short of being in a coma, all the meds in the world will not keep you from being angry every once in awhile, so I yap...and yap and yap and yap some more. To hubby and AB or my grandmother.
  • I meditate for twenty minutes and it helps flush the bad thoughts. i go for a three mile hike and return a new person. I visit my local cafe for some banana cream pie and a cup of coffee. Being angry shouldnt deny one of eating favorite dessert treats. I try and focus on the anger and locate its source. then i try and fix it by talking to someone, or just changing my attitude towards it. like maybe I am wrong. i could just be neurotic.
  • I had to forgive me, because it was myself I was angry at.
  • Easy peasy. The only things about which I get angry and am hostile is politics..I simply vent at the TV in very colorful language..Jim gets a good laugh, I feel better and no blood is spilled! :)
  • I put music on and sing.:-)+
  • I don't let it build up I suppose that working out every day does help a lot. Regards.
  • Don't let it get in to start with. Try not to get angry about situations. It's easier said than done, but realize that bad situations happen because they are supposed to happen so we have to make the best out of the situation and even turn the situation ait around. Think of positive results and what you need to do to get those results.
  • Collateral damage
  • A lot of bleach, and a strong grit carpet brush. Red don't come out easy...
  • I blow up small planets and mabie lash out on the internet. I'm rarely that angry.
  • I step away from the situation and try to focus that energy on something constructive - a hobby, exercise, loving my pets, cooking, etc. If I can't get out of the situation, it's important to take deep breaths and tell yourself to let it go. I am not an excessively angry person at all. I don't really have much of a temper. I don't feel good being angry. I think some people like to be angry. I am not one of those people.
  • My angry times are behind me. I regularly got quite angry during the political campaigns..short-lived, but real. So all I did was swear a blue streak at the offending party on TV..that got rid of it..Jim (my honey) just laughed..he'd say things like "you tell 'em, honey..give 'em he**). So I vented, no one was hurt, and I felt better..plus, gave Jim a few chuckles along the way. Now I have nothing to be angry about so I expect I won't have to worry about it until 2012! :) Happy Sunday! :)

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