how do u deal with this?
is feeling violence already violent even if there is no act?I think its bit childish but perfectly natural to want to lash out with violence as reaction to injustice. Butreally using violence only causes more problems down he line.
If you want to imediatley feel better take a look at your avtar. If a face like that does not chill you out, I dont know what can.
No, I don't feel violent. Not ever-- but there is hope for you. I would pursue help. I'd get a therapist. I don't know how bad this is for you, but get help. I'm sorry I didn't check this thread before. If you feel violent, immediately remove yourself from the situation and get help. If you don't like your therapist, find another quickly. Also, talk to your doctor about getting a therapist if needed.
I believe this can be helped--- like a lot. People do recover from this.
What's violence according to you? (Both)
So feeling violence is already violent according to your definition?Anything that leaves a bruise, scar or ringing in your head? Also pinching, that suxs.
actually that's pretty brave
If you feel like harming others physically, go get help. If you feel like harming others emotionally or sexually, go get help. I think it's more important that you ask yourself these questions. I think the context is only semi-important. I think getting help is even more important if you are in a position of trust over someone and feel like harming them.
I don't know your circumstances, but go get help.
Okay, noted. Changing context. Does the OP think people should get help when they are feeling violent feelings? ---There, hope that's better. =)So feeling violence is already violent according to your definition?
actually that's pretty brave
you're maybe one of the rare person talking about violent video games to erase violence feeling
actually i don't know, does it help a lot?
JUUUUUST, 1 sec gyal!
good thing that we're talking about context there
I asked a general question to people.
I didn't include the "I"
doesn't automatically mean i'm directly concerned, even if everyone is concerned finally, so I am, as you are and everyone there.
I said this because I felt like you judged me directly and .. that's all
don't worry you didn't hurt me, just tellin' )
You know, I think there's a huge difference between acting and just thinking of acting. But it is still indicative of feelings that need to be dealt with and that could get worse if the root cause of them is not dealt with.
Um...so I can explain why I said “the context is only semi-important”. It’s because if people are feeling violent they should go see a counselor, not waste time justifying the context or thrashing it out online. If someone is thinking of hurting someone, this is nothing to mess around with in a discussion. GO GET HELP!I am appalled by the responses here. Violent games? Violent music? So people sell and consume violence for violence' sake now?
@Alesha The context is only semi-important?
What blasphemy! Context is everything! Only by dealing with context do you get to the heart of the matter. Only by getting to the heart of the matter does one have a shot of getting problems solved.
In my childhood there was no such thing as violence for violence' sake. There were lots of fighting in anime and tv shows but you know they're fighting the evil. Even when playing Street Fighter, you know that M. Bison was a bad guy. You play Gran Turismo and you don't want to scratch your car. Now kids play Grand Theft Auto and try to get away with as many hit-and-runs as they can.
I'm not saying life should be fair, it's not, but children should learn the meaning of fighting for good before getting all those mixed signals.
Now go get me a car to smash, I am so angry, and it is as clear as day that nobody can understand me!