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Anger More Harmful To Health Than Sadness, Study Finds
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(05-14-2019, 07:17 PM)WhiteAngel Wrote: We used to be taught to control our emotions and actions when we were children.  Anger was the #1 thing my mom would send us the the corner for for a long time to sulk and think about what our actions did.  Anger causes world wars and little ones too, sadness never did that.

On the flip side, depression is anger unvoiced, or so "they" say.

Again different levels of it and different realities can be the cause of it.

Did you know that the soul can cause it when a person isn't getting on with why the soul incarnated?

Once in my life I knew my soul was crying to be free from the corporate world, as it had served it's purpose and the soul was longing for me to move on to the next phase of my life. At that time, tears flowed returning from a business meeting, I knew I couldn't do the corporate business world anymore. I just kept on saying, "I can't do this anymore".

The soul cries to get us on track with our reason for being.
The day that I wrote this "Love can be like Thunder sometimes, and sometimes it is has gentle as tip toeing in the rain that showers upon you. When the power of love is like thunder it can liberate you from the clutches of death. When love is like gentle rain it comes with a promise of success as it makes your crops grow". 4th of April, water poured into the houses of parliament, politicians halted, a sign of the will of God.
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(05-14-2019, 07:17 PM)WhiteAngel Wrote: We used to be taught to control our emotions and actions when we were children.  Anger was the #1 thing my mom would send us the the corner for for a long time to sulk and think about what our actions did.  Anger causes world wars and little ones too, sadness never did that.

On the flip side, depression is anger unvoiced, or so "they" say.

I think it is. My depression and anger come from the same things in my life. It makes it hard sometimes because to work through the root of my anger means dragging some folks through the mud. Not that they don't deserve it. Then I feel guilty and sad. I'm freakin' mess Chuckle

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(05-14-2019, 07:35 PM)KOMMA Wrote:
(05-14-2019, 07:17 PM)WhiteAngel Wrote: We used to be taught to control our emotions and actions when we were children.  Anger was the #1 thing my mom would send us the the corner for for a long time to sulk and think about what our actions did.  Anger causes world wars and little ones too, sadness never did that.

On the flip side, depression is anger unvoiced, or so "they" say.

I never approved of sending a child to the corner of the room.

I used to do what my mum did, and say, you are tired, you are getting to bed right now.

My son always woke up in a better mood after a rest.

Growing children don't get enough rest these days, and then parents wonder why they get 'irritable".  

Especially prior to them going to senior school.

Yeah When I would send my son to his room for misbehavior, he ALWAYS would fall into a deep sleep. He'd wake up with"I'm sorry mama" and of course we'd quietly talk about it and all was well. That quit working once he got a license and a job. He felt too grown for that,got an arrogant streak in him that he is just now letting go of.
When he figures out how,he can come tell his mama. Chuckle

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(05-14-2019, 05:24 PM)Debauchery Wrote: It's true.

I was very angry for some time, I was ill and in pain from it, and miserable the whole time. When the anger left so did most of the health issues.


I still get angry at least twice a week, I hulk out and destroy shit, but I'm working on that.  Chuckle Sometimes slamming hard boiled eggs at the kitchen walls make me feel better.

OK, now i have to ask a question of you, when I was in junior high school and my sister was in high school she had a close friend and when she would come home after spending a wknd at her friends house she would be laughing hard, evidently when her friends mother got mad she made fried egg sandwich's and would throw them down the hallway and they would stick to the wall at the end of the hallway, and yes it happened fairly regularly according to my sisters friend.
so are you related??? lol
and did you live in Oregon?
I am sure your not related, but what I am saying was true.
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(05-14-2019, 07:56 PM)MysticPizza Wrote:
(05-14-2019, 07:17 PM)WhiteAngel Wrote: We used to be taught to control our emotions and actions when we were children.  Anger was the #1 thing my mom would send us the the corner for for a long time to sulk and think about what our actions did.  Anger causes world wars and little ones too, sadness never did that.

On the flip side, depression is anger unvoiced, or so "they" say.

I think it is. My depression and anger come from the same things in my life. It makes it hard sometimes because to work through the root of my anger means dragging some folks through the mud. Not that they don't deserve it. Then I feel guilty and sad. I'm  freakin' mess  Chuckle

Oh the guilt for even daring to think some have wronged us. Girl, you a preaching to the choir here, lol
Isaiah 5:20 (KJV)
Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!
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(05-14-2019, 09:24 PM)Apache54 Wrote:
(05-14-2019, 05:24 PM)Debauchery Wrote: It's true.

I was very angry for some time, I was ill and in pain from it, and miserable the whole time. When the anger left so did most of the health issues.


I still get angry at least twice a week, I hulk out and destroy shit, but I'm working on that.  Chuckle Sometimes slamming hard boiled eggs at the kitchen walls make me feel better.

OK, now i have to ask a question of you, when I was in junior high school and my sister was in high school she had a close friend and when she would come home after spending a wknd at her friends house she would be laughing hard, evidently when her friends mother got mad she made fried egg sandwich's and would throw them down the hallway and they would stick to the wall at the end of the hallway, and yes it happened fairly regularly according to my sisters friend.
so are you related??? lol
and did you live in Oregon?
I am sure your not related, but what I am saying was true.

Chuckle

Her mom sounds like she is/was an awesome lady. Yeah3
I am an evil giraffe, and I shall eat more leaves from this tree than perhaps I should, so that other giraffes may die.

Debauchery
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It is most unhealthy to go around seething with anger. As we age, it becomes more of an issue.

I once lived in Minnesota. The angriest man on the planet was my next door neighbor.

He was constantly furious about something. He once called the police on kindergartners waiting for the school bus, when they stepped off the sidewalk onto his grass.

To be brief, he succumbed to a massive heart attack and stroke simultaneously.

His jugular vein was always standing out in his neck while his face was beet red. All while screaming and cursing at the top of his lungs and waving his arms.

Carrying a lot of anger within is most destructive to our health! Heartflowers
"It’s Easier to Fool People Than to Convince Them That They Have Been Fooled."
- Mark Twain
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(05-14-2019, 05:24 PM)Debauchery Wrote: It's true.

I was very angry for some time, I was ill and in pain from it, and miserable the whole time. When the anger left so did most of the health issues.


I still get angry at least twice a week, I hulk out and destroy shit, but I'm working on that.  Chuckle Sometimes slamming hard boiled eggs at the kitchen walls make me feel better.

What is with destroying things? I was once married to a woman who threw plates, cups and saucers at me. Thank goodness she left the knives at home.
"It’s Easier to Fool People Than to Convince Them That They Have Been Fooled."
- Mark Twain
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(05-14-2019, 09:54 PM)Debauchery Wrote:
(05-14-2019, 09:24 PM)Apache54 Wrote:
(05-14-2019, 05:24 PM)Debauchery Wrote: It's true.

I was very angry for some time, I was ill and in pain from it, and miserable the whole time. When the anger left so did most of the health issues.


I still get angry at least twice a week, I hulk out and destroy shit, but I'm working on that.  Chuckle Sometimes slamming hard boiled eggs at the kitchen walls make me feel better.

OK, now i have to ask a question of you, when I was in junior high school and my sister was in high school she had a close friend and when she would come home after spending a wknd at her friends house she would be laughing hard, evidently when her friends mother got mad she made fried egg sandwich's and would throw them down the hallway and they would stick to the wall at the end of the hallway, and yes it happened fairly regularly according to my sisters friend.
so are you related??? lol
and did you live in Oregon?
I am sure your not related, but what I am saying was true.

Chuckle

Her mom sounds like she is/was an awesome lady.  Yeah3

My sister thought she was a great mom
and so your taking the fifth i see, LOL
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(05-14-2019, 11:11 PM)phxsparks Wrote:
(05-14-2019, 05:24 PM)Debauchery Wrote: It's true.

I was very angry for some time, I was ill and in pain from it, and miserable the whole time. When the anger left so did most of the health issues.


I still get angry at least twice a week, I hulk out and destroy shit, but I'm working on that.  Chuckle Sometimes slamming hard boiled eggs at the kitchen walls make me feel better.

What is with destroying things?  I was once married to a woman who threw plates, cups and saucers at me.  Thank goodness she left the knives at home.

I don't throw things at anyone, I'm not violent like that. I throw things at walls or out the door. When I get mad I have a great need to destroy. I wouldn't assault the hubby or the kids obviously.

I have a big oscillating stand fan that I threw 6 years ago..across the house, through a few rooms, my aim was good that day, it flew through the doorways and never hit a wall. The fan still worked until last week, slapped some duct tape on it to hold it together and it held up all these years. Chuckle
I am an evil giraffe, and I shall eat more leaves from this tree than perhaps I should, so that other giraffes may die.

Debauchery
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