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I’m so irritable and agitated tips to release the anger PLEASE

Jess96

Jess96

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Any ideas welcome I’ve tried lavender, candle I only have a shower at the minute so cannot have a bath, I have thus crazy urge to bite something g really hard is this really weird
 
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you might need a walk, a phone call,
or some time to do something you like doing

or express yourself creatively in some way
by writing, painting, singing

some people punch pillows
but that doesnt work for me

if I'm very angry I need to talk to someone

:grouphug: 🌠
 
Jess96

Jess96

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you might need a walk, a phone call,
or some time to do something you like doing

or express yourself creatively in some way
by writing, painting, singing

some people punch pillows
but that doesnt work for me

if I'm very angry I need to talk to someone

:grouphug: 🌠
Thank you Zoe I cant get a thing to calm me down I am literally raging feel like harming myself why do I feel this angry for nothing
 
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Zoe1

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k Jess it sounds like you need some professional help
possibly from the emergency services ...
what mental health help is available in your area ?

:love::loveshower: 💜 🌠
 
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Elle4116

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For me physical activity helps like sprinting or pushups anything that exerts energy. And I am not a runner lol. Also setting a timer for 15-30 min to see if it fades while you distract yourself w anything, for me it’s usually chores or cleaning. Sometimes I just have to tense my whole body to the point of shaking.
 
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natalie

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Hi Jess,

I always workout when able to do so, chair fitness dancing, or normal standing workouts, and listening to musicals upbeat uptempo. And knitting.

I can spot that you are in the UK, so therefore, research to ring, via your borough's community mental health team, and ask for a out of hours duty doctor, allow them a couple of hours at least before they turn up, or, better still attached to cmht, ring the crisis team, they will be round much earlier, and they will assess you and point you in the right direction.

In the meantime you can ring samaritans for support,


please r ing i think is the number I am sure moderating will correct if I am wrong, 111 for a serious emergancy case. This isn't accidental, so before you do any risk of serious damage to yourself, please phone them.


I do wish you well in due course.
 
Universal opportunist

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I can only repeat what's been said already but going for a walk helps me a great deal, as I walk the anger and tension ease,and I usually keep walking till I feel more able to cope with how I feel.
 
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