Yes, I am a nervy person.
I am impatient.
I parallel process as if its a disease (it possibly is).
I have at least fifteen windows open at a time on my laptop, and its up to it to figure out how to manage its RAM.
I get pissed off easily. Sometimes I have a flare of a temper (which I am working hard to control, of course), which is like a fuse that goes off in my head. At other times, I have a simmering anger, which is more of a boiling/bubbling of blood in my gut region. I don't like being angry. I don't like feeling all persecuted. I know I should try more active methods to make each day start off (and go on) well, despite the various vicissitudes and so forth (passive methods rarely work for me, obviously). So I,
Listen to some familiar (not necessarily soft and soothing) music.
Close my eyes and think about the monster (for whom I am feeling a love mixed with a lot of pain now; ever since she got glasses).
Close my eyes and think about the husband (who is half the time the reason I lose it so this is not necessarily helpful always).
Read (currently, this delish Gerald Durrell that I am reading is good that way).
Browse (silly things)
Scroll through the photos in my new phone (this is my favourite thing to do of late).
Write angry words so I can let of them after that.
And you know the best feeling? When I let go of my anger and angst. It happens, usually, in a flash. One minute I am seething, the next, its like a board wiped clean, and my brain smiles. And I think in my head "You know what? I was pissed off (at you). But now I am not. I have let it go. I am happy again. I think it was silly, my anger" I love that feeling. It feels like a big achievement. Like an orgasmic mood change it is.
Let me go smoke a cigarette now. :-)