Happiness is an emotion everyone wants to experience, share and show to others all the time. The sad part is it’s not always constant. Frustrations and anger tend to disrupt this making people shout, scream, and run away, bringing about depression and to others even breaking things. I wish I can lie and tell you that you will always be happy, but I can’t. Although I help you explore the misfortunes of anger.
Anger or wrath is an intense emotional response. It is a normal emotion that involves a strong uncomfortable and emotional response to a perceived provocation. Often it indicates when ones basic boundaries are violated. Anger may be utilized effectively by setting boundaries or escaping from dangers situations. The external expression of anger can be found in facial expressions, body language, physiological responses, and at times in public acts of aggression.
Every day we wake up hoping that this new day is going to be bright, sunny and lovely. Hoping to meet happy people and smiley faces, but not until everyone walks in the office all gloomy, serious with varying ranging tones and self centered. This shutters your happy mood welcoming you to their world. (I now understand why receptionists are always in a bad mood). Well, not everyone will love and appreciate the fact that you are happy, leave alone the curiosity of knowing what makes you happy. To me I think that is okay because as long as it is in you, that’s final.
Anger consumes a lot of energy. Brings about frowned faces, a million thoughts running through your mind, inability to focus on what matters, unwelcoming attitudes and the most of all, makes you ugly. Frown faces make one have folds on their foreheads, wrinkling faces hence bringing an aging effect. Energy used during anger can be remarkably transformed into very useful things. Just think about it.
If nobody understands your happiness, that’s their own problem. You don’t have to explain to people who don’t care the reasons why. Happiness is the best thing one can ever have. Sometimes it’s rare to find but once you have it, don’t let it go. Learn to let go of things quickly, and forgive others for what they might have done to you. If that’s nearly impossible, search for productive ways of getting over things. You can work out, take long showers, sing out loud to your best jams, listen to lousy music, take a walk, and cook anything provided it’s healthy.
“If it doesn’t make you happy or money, don’t make time for it”