Daily Prompt: Mad as a Hatter – Cough, splutter, cough

Hello to all. I will be writing more about this in May since it is the mental health month, and anger management is important.
However, most recently I was angry at myself for totally dehydrating after I didn’t get up from the computer for eight hours because I was working on a newsletter project. My blood pressure skyrocketed and my heart rate flew to the sky. I forgot to eat or drink the whole day.
I’ve struggled with anger many times for entire weeks or months. Anger roots deeply and sprouts quickly. Sometimes, I think it originates in my past. No matter how hard I tried, I never got the results I wanted. The harder I tried the worse the results.
Anger isn’t a totally negative emotion. If you don’t get certain thoughts out in the open, you will stew inside. It’s a matter of targeting.and how you get it out. I find exercise helps and writing or journaling, and of course meditation.

Chronicles of an Anglo Swiss

Tell us about a time when you flew into a rage. What is it that made you so incredibly angry?

Bird on a tree

I do not do incredibly angry. I do not even know what incredibly angry is. I was not even annoyed when I uploaded this photo of a large bird and noticed that in that moment when I pressed the shooting button, he had turned his back on me, just my luck.

I only know that for the last 3-4 days some sort of attack has taken place in my physical existence. To be exact, it actually arrived about a week ago after I had been on one of my refreshing walks in the country. At last I was moving again, with a camera hanging around my neck, but physical exercise is good for you so they say, Admittedly there was a fresh, no cold breeze blowing and after leaving the…

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