Welcome to the first instalment of Feelings, a semi-regular gallery of popular culture GIFS, dedicated to a specific emotion. This week we have rage. Don't try this at home (that is, seek healthy ways to express or manage your anger). Please consider the below humorous please-don'ts.
All of this is fairly straightforward, but who hasn't accidentally burned someone to death and regretted it later?
Depictions of perfectly measured human beings ring sterile for a reason. People are complex, and perfection isn't located in the realm of achievable things. Healthily expressed anger in response to injustice or as a motivation for boundary setting is great - but if what you're feeling most often is uncontrollable rage, talking to a professional might help.
Find A Psychologist findapsychologist.org.au
Australian Psychological Society information sheet on anger, including evidence-based psychological approaches for problem anger.
CHVBV Registered Psychologists article To Be Or Not To Be...Angry: "Responding in anger to a situation is one of your choices; it is not your only choice."