Here we have the HIPAA-hippo again but some of the things are in my personal life too. So I'm more angry because I'm seeing a pattern of injustice. It makes me fired up and shake my first! And then I slouch my shoulders and tell myself this is just how it is.
Green is a calming color, right?
I found this quote by Malcolm X:
“Usually when people are sad, they don't do anything. They just cry over their condition. But when they get angry, they bring about a change.”This sort of anger can inspire you to say "ENOUGH!" and move on to create changes- including personal goals.
I think most of the uncomfortableness comes from the unfamiliarity of this feeling. It's new. Like when I go to BodyCombat and we're supposed to pretend we're beating up someone we're mad at, I think "but I don't want to beat up anybody." I turn over this burning coal in my mind and it doesn't sit well. But I am inspired to do something about it. Fix the problem instead of moping about the situation as-is.
When's the last time you were fired up about something?
How do you like to dissolve that tension/passion/power?