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Hi, some of the situations you describe above can be a sign that you may be experiencing underlying stress, and may occasionally experience self-doubt or low self-esteem. Anger and a difficulty controlling emotions can often be a response to a feeling of overwhelm or not being good enough, when the anger we express outwardly is often an expression of the feelings that we may have about ourselves.
A powerful psychotherapy that you might find helpful in managing and releasing a build up of negative thoughts, feelings or emotions is an energy therapy called Thought field Therapy. This therapy utilises the meridian system used in acupuncture, but uses tapping of meridian points, instead of needles to release the buildup of negative energy in our bodies that can result in outbursts of anger or overwhelm.
I will attach it here. It is recognised as a complementary therapy by the NHS and can be used at home, and clients often notice a significant shift in their feelings with regular use of this therapy.
You might also consider some gently self-hypnosis to release stress and anxiety, manage anger, reduce tendencies to gossip (often driven by a longing to fit in or belong), build confidence and self-esteem. There are many apps available for this such as one by Joseph Clough which contains free and purchasable tracks on these areas, which you can listen to at home. Self-hypnosis is a very effective way of making changes on the deeper subconscious level of the mind, so that the new calmer more controlled way of being becomes as automatic and easy to achieve as the old unwanted ways used to be.
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