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Have you ever been angry of yourself?

Have you ever been angry of yourself? Topic: Article about homework too much
July 24, 2019 / By Delphia
Question: have you ever been angry of yourself ? how long did your anger last ? how could you defeat it? Did you need to talk to someone , to whom? What magic word helped you ? well let me explain, the time spends very fast for me. only Saturday, Sunday and Monday I am at home or it is better to say I am in my city! as in my country only Friday is off , so I have to go to work these three days( to where I went , I talked to them that I couldnt come anymore and they refused my request). I have classes on Wednesdays and Thursdays in a city which is far from my city, about 12 hours by train( I study master). I don’t have much money to go by plane and don’t have the money to stay there. So I am on the way for two days. Well this is the situation that I will have for 2 years. last week I was tired. I canceled my tickets. i stayed at home to do my homeworks! I continued what I had done in the train last weeks, trying to translate some English articles in order to get new ideas for my own article( as you see translating the 10 articles & scrips were very difficult to me, it took me a long time and it didn’t get finished in 2 days).well that week I had to prepar another article about urban renovation for Friday! it was related to my work ( my boss wanted me). The Pressure that I couldn’t finish my own homeworks, I couldn’t start what my boss want. I got angry , I wanted to shout , or maybe I got stressed because I had to present my own article two weeks later. well giving up of all I had, have done. tearing my future tickets that I could hardly get. Not answering to my phone calls( esp my boss), not speaking to anyone( even my mother) , not eating for 3 days, clearing my room from all the papers , articles, throwing out the books from my room( I have a big library). deleting all what I wrote and typed. sleeping and lying in my bed from thursday till today.Deciding not to participate in my classes . not going to university again. I don’t want master… I don’t want master…
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Caetlin Caetlin | 4 days ago
we have all become angry with ourselves, but your situation sounds more like you have too much stress and it comes out as anger towards yourself. Yes, talking with someone you trust and respect will definitely help, they can maybe help you more than anyone in here can, because they know you better. Don't give up on yourself!
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Caetlin Originally Answered: I am so angry right now?
As the parent of a 17 year old daughter my first question is how well do your parents know the people you would be going with? It is hard for parents to come to grips with the idea of their daughter (or son) going so far away with someone they don't know well or are not sure about. You have a well thought out question and if you were to approach your parent(s) in a mature way at a less stress time and present your case , as it were, much as you did on here, explaining how you would cover your school work etc., you may at least get them to listen to you. Ask your prospective to host(s) to meet your parents in a pleasant, low key way. No pressure, just a friendly meeting. I hope you have a Merry Christmas..
Caetlin Originally Answered: I am so angry right now?
I think your parents are saying no because it will interfere with your studies, not for any other reason. It would be fine if you were legally adult, going to college, and could make an independent decision about making up school work. But you're not, and pissed off because your parents are unwilling to let you be an adult. It's hard to hear, I know, but they are legally responsible for you and your welfare until you are 21. I went to Hawaii with a bunch of friends when I was 19, and my parents okayed it. But this was during the summer, no school was going to be missed, and I earned every penny of my airfare and lodging. You just really want your way, and are penalizing your parents for showing good judgement. I hope you sober up and realize that there will be other opportunities for you to have a good time, just not this time.
Caetlin Originally Answered: I am so angry right now?
I don't know if this will help at all but there were several times in my life as a teenager that my parents would not even listen to me when I was trying to have an adult conversation with them. So I resulted to the written word. I very calmly wrote down all the facts, my thoughts and worked very hard to prove things from my point of view. It is very important, and harder than you think, to just state everything, your desires, the facts, and why you think that you should be able to do this. Also, I found it helped to ask them to come up with something that I could do to prove to them that I was as ready as I thought I was. This way it is still in their hands and you are showing your willingness to work with them, not just trying to get your way. Address the letter to both of them, because you want to include both of them and leave it in a place where they will find it where they will be in a neutral state of mind. Not someplace they go when they are upset. This at least helped them to see that I was able to behave like an adult and not be so emotional. Sometimes it worked. sometimes it didn't. But even the times it didn't I was usually given some sort of compromise for keeping the line of communication open. And I know this is hard to think about but it is hard for parents to trust other people to take care of you. They love you or they wouldn't be so adamant. Sometimes it just takes them longer to realize that you've grown up than it does for others. Good luck.

Almah Almah
Any reasoning one thinks is practical is quite simply their possess brain responding out of defense mode to some thing is happening. There quite is not a REAL motive for any individual to harm themselves. There are way more different approaches of handling anger than self-mutilation or some thing one does. I do not get irritated over something ago but when its whatever within the gift that I am irritated approximately, I'm no longer going to lie & say I've not ever inspiration of injuring myself b/c I have, however I not ever do and not ever might b/c I am a coward on the subject of that & extra importantly I do not desire to stand God and give an explanation for that to him.
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Almah Originally Answered: Would you be angry about this?
Hi there Rebekah. And sorry to hear about the situation you are in. It sounds very familiar to what my husband goes Thur with his brother minus the age difference. I deal with this too on a smaller scale with my sister. There are 13 years between she and I. We both get gifts from mom, but she always gets the better. I normally don't say anything. I guess its not my nature unless its hurting someone else I love. In your case I think I would have to say something. I don't think its about the gifts or money with you. I have answered back and forth with you so much I think I know what you are trying to say. It's the idea. And it hurts. He is thinking about his 'new' family and not about you or your loved ones. He is hurting you and your loved ones. IF he could not afford it, thats one thing. But to give to others and not you/your loved ones is rude. Tell him you are hurt by this. Explain to him that its not the gifts you care about, but the idea that your family doesn't seem as important as his new family and this shows by his words and actions. If nothing comes of your talk with him and he doesn't seem to still care take a 'dad break'... Don't call for a while... don't go around for a bit. Maybe he will think then about the fact that he did hurt you? I don't know... Just a suggestion. I take 'dad breaks' occasionally. It always works out. Good luck to you!! P.S. One day late (wink ;) Think lots of baby dust for me... I will think good thoughts for you and your family, as always. Lyn
Almah Originally Answered: Would you be angry about this?
I guess I would be hurt too, but Christmas isn't about gift giving, it is about the celebration of the birth of Christ. SO with that thought, remember that it is about family, and show all the love and respect that you would normally do so on this day. Show that you are the better person. HOWEVER, I would not return the gift giving either. Just tell him that you thought that since he wasn't buying any gifts this year for you and your family that it meant that there was NO gift exchange-for him, his wife or his precious little Ward. Don't go out of your way for them in the gift department, however make sure you visit, call, have dinner, what ever you "normally" do(this will make him feel like a heel if nothing else!)--just with out the presents. Good Luck! Don't feel slighted, remember what a dear and loving family that you have with your husband and that you have many things to be thankful for. Like I said, don't change the routine, just change the money you are spending on that part of your family.

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