How to Cope with Anger Issues

I was an angry motherf-er.


That’s right. I was ANGRY. CAPITAL LETTERS, BABY.


Bids for connections and the constant vulnerability needed to cater to hundreds of people’s diverse emotional needs without resources, guidance and direction was always met with such criticism and contempt and direct reminders of my already notable inadequacies, over and over and over and…well, that was just my professional life.


And for the sake of time here, my personal life was a mirror image of my professional one. Everything was all the same and integrated in the angry toxicity. I felt TRAPPED.


When I was the most vulnerable, hurt, disconnected and met with judgement, criticism, contempt, the cycle of shame, self-hate and unworthiness just surfaced as surpassed anger as an unhealthy coping mechanism to combat abusive relationships, childhood trauma and a decade in legit the worst and most toxic professional environment I have ever imagined.