Question of the day

Do you get mad very often?

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11 Responses to Question of the day

  1. Joy says:

    I get “irritated” with really little things that just blow over. If I get mad, it’s for a reason. I don’t get mad often but when I do, I can stay mad for a really long time. I have a hard time sometimes getting over anger.

  2. Sue says:

    This made Toby and I bust a gut! Too funny!

  3. shane says:

    I’m exactly like you Joy. We must of got that from grandpa , he’s the same way.

  4. Laura says:

    Like you, Joy, I get irritated a lot. But it passes quickly and with chocolate.

    I get “surface angry” at some things around here, but it’s usually because something stupid happened that I could have prevented, and it passes quickly.

    I get “pissed-off angry” whenever I listen to any news that has the word “Obama” or “Government” attached to it, because I cannot abide deliberate and repeated incompetence. I write something, or turn off the radio, and do something else, and I’m fine.

    All flashes, and they’re gone.

    And then there’s the real anger. I have some of that, too. Way down deep, that’s gonna take a couple of years to exorcise.

    Yeah, I have issues.

    But mostly, I’m just happy-go-lucky!

  5. joz1234 says:

    I get irritated at things quite a few times each day. Those things are normally not too big…just my way of venting.

    I get truly mad every once in a while. Not a very common thing, as most rolls off my back, but when I’m in that truly mad, adrenaline pumping way, it is best if I can talk about it to someone.

    Luckily I have a very calm husband. 😉

  6. Ellen says:

    Little things, that do not go the way I want it, like dropping something all the time, I can get upset with myself, and when I am moody, I hate myself because I can complain a lot. But further, real anger I only feel when I see or experience something so unfair that I start to yell. Not a pleasant thing, for others and myself.

  7. joanharvest says:

    Never here at home. I never have anything to be angry about. I DO get angry with my son on occasion. Actually more annoyed because I have tried to stop letting his life rule mine. I love being happy too much to let him anger me.

    I used to get angry at a lot of things but no more. I just don’t want to waste the energy plus I don’t have a husband. Take that last statement any way you want.

  8. Karen Joy says:

    Wow,good timing with this question.Just last night I was thinking (to myself)when was the last time I got this mad.Something happened yesterday and I was seriously po’d,hadnt been that upset in a very long time.I used to loose my cool more years ago but lately I dont.Yesterday I really lost it,sort of felt good letting it all out.I should be good for a few years now,lol!

  9. Nikki says:

    I get irritable more than anything. I try to let the little things go, back when those little things happen too often they turn into big things. BUT when certain buttons are pushed the *itch in me comes out. I used to be a yeller…that’s a hard habit to get over. I did though, I don’t yell. I still have a problem dealing with anger though.

  10. SKL says:

    I can get aroused to actual “anger,” but it’s rare and I get over it quickly (after a few vents to unlucky friends). Mostly I get P-O’d, and then too, I get over it quickly.

    I think I feel “anger” when things are getting out of control and I don’t know what to do about it. Then after I calm down (via venting), I figure out what to do about it, and get over it.

  11. javajunkee says:

    I spend my life effin pissed off 99.9% of the time. It saves energy for me just to remain in that state than to try and work up to it everytime I feel the need.

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