Does Extreme Weather And Environmental Conditions Cause Anger and Rage? (Part 2)
Causes of Anger and Snow Rage
Some are raging over snow and its added work. They have gotten so much snow, they have run out of places to shovel it. Neighbors are fighting over where to put piles of snow and who’s parking where. If You shoveled out a spot, you claim ownership. Even if you aren’t using it all day long…God forbid somebody temporarily uses your parking spot. Some are getting nasty over too much beautiful, sparkling white stuff. A white out it causing some to wig out.
There are many environmental and climate (emotional and otherwise) settings that can trigger rage. Do You have problems controlling your emotions when it comes to dealing with unpleasant weather or storms? Here is Sunny Florida, most likely, we may deal with a little dip in temperature, but the chances of us developing “snow” rage are probably rare.
What can we do to Avoid the Weather Rage?
Dealing and managing stress and anger and anxiety successfully is a skill! We all need to develop this skill no matter what the weather or where we live in the United States and beyond.
What helps you manage your anger?
What helps you manage your rage?
What helps you manage your stress?
What helps you manage your anxiety?
Exploring healthy ways and strategies to bring our anger and rage, stress and anxiety under control definitely will add to our personal peace. And to the peace and unity of our community. When communities, neighborhoods work together to shovel away or deal with a common challenge, friendships can be built in times of crisis. It is wonderful to see many peoples up North (and elsewhere) who maturely come together to tackle a problem…In essence, building a snow bridge or snow man together instead of having a snow ball fight, huh?
By learning to exercise self-control. We may not be able to reduce snow, but we can reduce harm! We may not be able to stop the rain, but we can stop the rage!
Peer Ambassador Chato Stewart