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Angry and Anxious

I have been told many many times in the past that I can get so angry. I remember fighting with my high school sweetheart and him telling me that I am such an angry person and I would cry explaining how I had no idea why. It wasn’t until years later when I finally realized that I wasn’t really angry but anxious! I noticed a not so nice trend that would involve an increased level of anxiety and that anxiety turning into anger. I would then get angry because I didn’t know why I was angry!

I have yelled and screamed at my husband when he has become sick, I have hung up the phone on my mom when she told me her stomach hurt, and I have fussed at my daughter when she got an unknown rash. I am so embarrassed by all of this. These are things I can’t take back.

In the last year or so I have been really working on my anger and trying to not react so quickly. Instead of bursting out in anger at my husband when he says he doesn’t feel good, I tell him how i really feel and I sometimes yell it to make myself feel better. Instead of saying mean things angrily, I might say loudly “I am very upset that you are not feeling good and my anxiety is very heightened at the moment” He usually laughs when I do this which makes me feel better. He then goes on to reassure me he will be just fine and so will I.

Thanks for reading,

Heather

By The Anxiety Diva

I've had anxiety for as long as I could remember and my number one goal is to help people through their anxiety challenges by telling my story.

3 replies on “Angry and Anxious”

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