The men in our lives can be hard to deal with at times, whether that’s just a friend or a partner or a family member. Sometimes we feel like we can’t be ourselves around them and that’s why they might feel frustrated with us. However, we also feel that we don’t say what we mean or we mean things we don’t say. There are so many things that we do to make them angry but we don’t realize that. But, we shouldn’t be afraid of this.
It’s one thing to notice that your partner seems to be getting angry more often; it’s another thing altogether to pinpoint the specific reasons why. There’s no one-size-fits-all answer to why a man might be feeling more frustrated than usual; it could be a lack of sleep, a recent family crisis, a negative health diagnosis, or something else entirely.
But there are two surefire ways to tell if your partner is having a bad day: take his temperature and check his pulse. The first test, a rectal thermometer, is the simplest of all: If your partner’s temperature is too high, he’s probably having a bad day. As for the pulse, press
We teach what we wish to learn, according to someone. I work as a writer. Reading the books I write to make sense of my own life and to assist others may teach you a lot about myself. Here are three of the fifteen essays I’ve written about coping with anger: Understanding and Managing the 4 Key Causes of Depression and Aggression, The Irritable Male Syndrome, Mr. Mean says: Saving Your Relationship from The Irritable Male Syndrome, and My Distant Dad: Healing the Family Father Wound, which will be released in June 2018.
I pretended I wasn’t furious for years. Ask anybody, I’m a lovely person. Anyone who is unfamiliar with me and accepts the persona I developed as a child. But those closest to me, such as my wife Carlin, know the reality. I used to be a kind person, and I still am, but I have a lot of rage.
Do you have a short fuse as a man? Do you attempt to contain your rage but feel like you’re ready to erupt? Do those who care about you think you’re a grumpy person? Are you a woman who is married to an enraged man? Are you irritated by his rage? Do you fight back or do you give up? Is your relationship harmed by your anger? Continue reading if you responded yes to any of these questions.
Men, like everyone else, become furious from time to time. We are all human, and we all react to injustices and unjust treatment. Whether warranted or not, we also respond to irritation, criticism, and threat. However, we are seeing an increase in male animosity that is creating issues for the guy, his family, the society, and the globe at large. Men will not fix the issue by blaming them.
In movies, the media, and our daily lives, male irritation, wrath, fury, and violence have become more accepted. Irritable Male Syndrome (IMS) may affect males of any age, although it is more common in young men and those over the age of 40. We are often unaware of the depth of our rage. Here’s a questionnaire that Harvard University researchers used to evaluate men’s rage. Answer yes or no to the following questions:
- I have the want to curse at times.
- I have the want to bash stuff at times.
- I’m not sure why I’ve been so irritated and grumpy lately.
- I’ve had the want to start a fight with someone at times.
- I’m easily irritated by other individuals.
- I’m often accused of being a hothead.
- When someone attempts to cut in front of me in line, it irritates me.
- I’ve had to be harsh with individuals who were disrespectful or irritating at times.
- I’m often apologetic because I’m angry and grumpy.
- It irritates me when people rush me.
- I am a really obstinate person.
- I’m not sure what it is that makes me so furious and unhappy at times.
- When I was drunk, I became enraged and destroyed furniture or dishes.
- I’ve been so enraged at someone that I’ve felt like I’m about to explode.
- I’ve been so enraged that I’ve harmed someone in a physical altercation.
- I virtually never lose control of myself.
Each “true” earn 1 point for questions 1–15, while each “false” score 1 point for question 16. The greater your total, the more enraged you are. Most individuals, if we’re being honest, know whether or not anger is an issue in their relationship. If you’re a male taking the quiz, consider if anger is an issue in your relationship or in your life. “Is male rage an issue in my relationship and in my life?” if you’re a woman taking the quiz.
Men and the women who love them may benefit from just acknowledging that anger is an issue. At other times, we need assistance. I want to teach a class for people who need assistance and support in coping with rage. Send me an email with the subject line “anger class” if you’d want additional information.
You are being controlled by your man and your life is draining out of you slowly. You may be tired, stressed, depressed, angry, anxious, and even suicidal. The life you should have had is now gone, and you are living a life that is not you.. Read more about subtle signs of anger issues and let us know what you think.