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The Write Way to Get Rid of Angry Feelings


Whenever you feel annoyed, frustrated, impatient, irritated, outraged, or resentful, write a letter to someone.
State specifically - when, where, and what happened that caused you to feel the way you do. Use the word or words that best describe your angry feelings.

I feel ...
annoyed, frustrated, impatient, irritated, outraged, resentful, and/or hurt


After writing your letter, read it, tear it up, and throw it away. You have gotten rid of your angry feelings and made room for good feelings and pleasant thoughts.
A good time to express your angry feelings in writing is before going to sleep. Doing so allows your body and mind to relax, rest comfortably, and get recharged with positive energy. You will rise and shine and be able to meet the new day..



Anger is a reaction to painful traumatic experiences of abandonment, abuse, betrayal, deprivation, neglect or rejection.

If feelings of anger are ignored or denied, they will fester and become toxic repressed anger. Repressed anger destroys self-esteem, adversely affects every relationship by interfering with a person's ability to trust and relate well with others, and prevents an individual from achieving a satisfactory solution to a problem



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