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Why do i keep hitting my head when i'm angry. Self Injury Forum - hitting myself when angry. Ive written about this before..

Self Injury Forum - hitting myself when angry

(previous title is 'hitting myself') this time it gets worse and worse.. yesterday i felt so angry at my boyfriend so i hit myself.. i smacked and punched my legs till i have bruises.. and i cried like mad.. its not because of the fight, but usually i cry because i hate myself for doing this.. now my legs are covered with bruises.. after the fights, instead of making things better, i blame and start punching myself.. when i hit myself, it feels better.. just for a while.. and i'll feel all horrible and depressed.. i hide behind my smiles, nobody knows i am struggling with this.. people see me as this happy girl.. i am, but when the point gets low, i'll become a total monster.. im not so tired of injuring myself.. im so tired of hiding..

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Many things can make us angry, in our work place, at home, out and about and even at the TV. The most common form of anger is in reaction to something someone has said to us that we feel is unfair, often it involves bullying or verbal slander, or it can be something that has made us disappointed in that person or organization. Controlling your anger in a calm way is something a lot of us strive to do and the majority of people are able to work well on this but there is a portion of the population that do have anger issues which need to be addressed before they get out of hand and gets someone hurt or in trouble. How to De-Stress Your Life.