Why Am I So Angry All the Time

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Anger is a completely normal emotion and something that everyone will feel at different points in their life. However, some people tend to be angry more often than not, and their anger is typically unprovoked.

Are you usually mad at people in your life for insignificant reasons? Do you become angry at minor inconveniences? Have your loved ones needed to calm you down on several occasions?

If you answered yes to any of the above questions, you might have a problem with controlling your temper. It might not seem like a big deal right now, but anger issues can land you in hot water quicker than you can blink.

As with most problems, the first step to overcoming excessive anger is recognising that you have a problem. From there, you need to find the source of your anger.

Below are common sources of anger that might explain your problem:

You have an unresolved conflict with an important person in your life.

Is there an issue that you’ve neglected to resolve with a family member, romantic partner or close friend? It may be at the back of your mind, but a grudge that you’ve held on to could be the source of your anger. Make a list of any unresolved conflicts you have with people close to you and make an effort to close the loop on each of those problems. Not only will you find peace, but you’ll enhance the lives of those around you.

You regret a major life decision you once made.

Do you wish you would have chosen a different career path or settled down with a different partner? Regret can be a huge driver of anger, so you may be feeling resentment towards a major choice you made at one point or another. If you feel like this may be the case, decide if the choice you made can be undone. Even if it’s difficult, righting that wrong could lift a huge weight off your shoulders. If the choice isn’t something you can redo, you need to come to terms with the decision you made and try and find the positive aspects of the situation. Focusing on the good and not the bad should help ease your angry feelings.

You feel that you’ve gotten the short end of the stick.

Have you ever felt like you deserve better, whether it’s at work or in your social life? If you feel as if you’re always getting the short end of the stick, that feeling is likely the source of your anger. You should identify all the ways in which you feel stiffed and see what you can to do rectify those situations. Stand up for yourself and make a case for why you deserve better.

Though anger is a common emotion, it shouldn’t overshadow other emotions like love, joy and hope. If you feel like anger is running your life, you need to admit your problem and identify its source. Once you do, you will find yourself a happier, calmer person.

It’s never too late to fix an anger problem – you just have to take the first step. Call one of our professional psychics who are not only gifted, but are very experienced in guiding people who have emotional issues. Go to our home page for the phone number for your country to call.

Author: Rose Smith