OP are you prone to lash out and attack random people in the form of some sort of explosive violent eruption, for no reason what-so-ever?
Or are you prone to erupt on people who have done you a good amount of wrong?
One is normal, the other I am totally unsure about.
Some people just do not deserve the credit they ask for and exploding on them isn't going to help a situation at all, others ask to have extreme amount of effort or trust placed into them, which they have no qualms with disrespecting or throwing to wayside on a whim. So don't give people who don't deserve your trust or attention anything of value to yourself.
Other than that, if your blood is boiling at random intervals, for no reason what-so-ever, how you managed to avoid problems with the police? I have met one person in my life who it was clearly obvious that violence was the only communication skill they had ever known. They were notorious around the area, and they will be in and of jail for the majority of their life.
If it helps, I usually look at anger as being a short fusing of the brain. Usually an overload or an inability to process information. When I get angry, it usually expends an extreme amount of energy and getting back to focus is not an easy task.
So, maybe if you are prone to explode, there are either too many people around you providing less than quality pieces of information, which need to be avoided and communicated to in a more professional and orderly manner. Or perhaps there is an issue with being able to process information in an orderly manner.
What sets you off?
eye_aint_got_nobody wrote:A good friend of mine, who I had known since I was 8 years old, screwed me over in a major way about 16 years ago. The thought of getting even with him possessed me and I used to dream about catching him, choking him out, then letting him come to and doing it again.
I have some people on my list, personally, I congratulate you for having the courage to follow through.
There is nothing wrong with accountability. In fact, it's probably one of the weakest concepts in modern society, no?