100 page already?
Should say something epic.
Hur hur bluetits
Those tits are so cute, I wanna squeeze them. >w<
- 100 pages of derp already. Well, 'least the thread lives up to it's predecessor.
- Curious whether or not whether anger issues have to do with the ease of being enraged, or depend on the severity of anger rather than the frequency.
- Anyone have the psychological degrees to enlighten me?
I dunno, I get angry a lot for really small reasons, I think that might classify as an anger issue. It's not that I can't handle it acceptably when it comes, but it happens way too often. ._.
Tidying up parts of the flat that really need it.
I took my Everdrives to the pub so I do other things rather than sit there playing various games on them all day.
New domain gotten (Thenightsofgaming its a WIP right now and for the games night I do) and I should have access to my old one soon
Find out what makes you angry.
Have something near by that calms you.
Have something hard to hit. (punching bags are ok)
Last time I really lost it was on Sunday, a day when nothing went right. (washer broke, save went on Virtual Pro wrestling, parrot was being really annoying, shoulder playing up)
That was the first time I truly lost it in months (maybe just over a year)
It takes a lot to get me really angry these days compared to a few years ago
The curiosity sparked in that I'm suspicious of myself having an anger issue. It isn't something I can't handle, and it's rare beyond even being annually for me to get ridiculously pissed off, but the incredibly uncommon moment I do get angry, it's what I view as the sort of unbridled fury you might compare to a nutjob who has serious anger issues.
But I ain't sure if it's a valid psychological problem as other anger issues might be considered because it's so rare of an occurrence for me. Being that I can't see my rage from another point of view, I can't really distinguish whether this ridiculous anger was warranted, or if it's an emotional problem.
... In short, I'm simply curious as to what defines an anger issue (psychologically, and physiologically if that applies to anger issues), and if I apply to those definitions.
Simple stuff. An anger issue would be any force that causes anger. Don't get winded up over that psychological bogus. If you perceive that you have more frequent anger issues than the rest of the lot, then you just answered your own question.