This is a response to the blogging site – The Daily Post, who do a Daily Prompt where each day they give a single word to help encourage bloggers to write about a subject.
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This Prompt (Angry) was posted on my birthday (June 1st). Which I thought was a great word to start with.
I’m not an angry man….more frustrated than angry. However it’s effects are one in the same. The end result always leaves you feeling bad.
I’m one of these people who buries his anger deep. Any annoyances or problems get thrown on the landfill of stuff in my head. Till a pocket of it creeps its way up to a week spot within my head and causes a meltdown (or as I call it a ‘little wobble’). I never do an outburst of anger or show anger in any way. To be honest I mainly take it out on myself first through feeling pretty bad for myself and then it slowly creeps down to my family who basically have to deal with me being very pissed off and slightly argumentitve, but they may tell you differently.
So how do I vent the anger? Mainly through music, playing the guitar helps deal with and settle down anything that getting on my nerves. In actual fact with me, music is an integral part of settling any my emotions or problems when things get on top of me. Music is a great way to escape from one’s problems. You can stick an album on, or a playlist…as the youth’s would do nowadays and escape to different world and forget them for a while, and once the album finishes or your ready to return back to normality. You can return feeling a little better and also deal with what was troubling you originally.
Anger can be such a personal thing. one person’s tiny irritation is another persons raging meltdown, but if you can find that one thing that helps ease those feelings, use it as much as possible. We live in a world full of too much anger already. Anger towards someones race, sexuality, nationality, political feelings. at the end of the day we are all Human, no real difference between me or the person you next walk past. treat each other with peace and a smile and they will return the favour back.