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C'mon. Gimme a smile. I deleted the previous entry :D I'm fine.… - (L) ♥ [entries|archive|friends|userinfo]
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[Apr. 17th, 2008|07:47 pm]
Kat
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C'mon. Gimme a smile. I deleted the previous entry :D I'm fine.

Venting my frustration though, through words. I'd never realise that I'm the literal kinda person. And it's kinda funny that just by blogging I feel like I've laid off some weight on my shoulders. So, here goes:


Anger makes us react in different ways:

1. We fight back.. We defend ourselves from further attack by attacking in return, using either our voices to shout, swear and argue, or our bodies to punch, hit kick or throw crockery. Or we fight back the dignified way, and call in someone to stand up for our rights.
2. We save it. We say nothing at the time, but think, "I'll make him pay for this". While we wait for our chance to get even, we tell everyone how badly he behaved so that they will have negative thoughts about him too. We find ourselves wondering what would happen if he had a breakdown. We might even think how much nicer everything would be be he was dead.
3. We divert it. By venting it on someone eslse, eg, shouting at your friends when it's actually your enemy who'd crossed you.
4. We turn it inside We hurt ourselves because we dare not hurt others, by inwardly shouting abuse at ourselves, punishing our bodies through excessive physical exertion, self-starvation, self-mutilation or wild eating binges.
5. We freeze it. by turning it into hate: the "never ever again" kind of ice-cold anger.
6. We deny it. We swallow it down behind a smile that says, " It doesn't matter, It didn't hurt, of course I'm not angry", while we lock the anger carefully away in a sealed compartment and pretend it isn't there.

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Hurray, tmr's friday..

MuchLove, Kat


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