I wonder why it is. I tend to be easily irritable where people I don't particularly like are concerned, but most of the time I don't snap at people. These days I am even more impatient with people than usual, and I end up snapping at people I do kinda like. Anyone have any ideas on how to stop it?
12th March 2006
Well I'm no professional on these matters but I can tell you I've felt this way before. It is normal. I think the first thing you need to do is try do decide if something is triggering this irritability and if there is try to resolve whatever that is. Also I tried and true method that works for me is physical exercise in an environment that is natural beautiful. For example when I am truly upset I hike this small mountain in the foothills of this Cascade range out here.by the time I get to the top I am physically exhausted, which tends to calm the nerves and put you in a more mellow state of mind plus the view and appreciation of natural Beauty allows me to stop, sit down and clear my head.
Here's an actual picture of said experience, I stumbled across.
Hm, we do have the sea here, perhaps I could go for a swim. But in general I have been feeling more energetic lately. Sleeping less, feeling generally excited, that sort of thing. I cannot seem to find a cause though. Perhaps it's a phase or something?
So, I tried walking today. My house is 7km from town, and I had no other way of transportation (parents were busy, public transportation is shit and taxis cost an arm and a leg) so I walked and sometimes ran home. I can say I am too tired to be snappy, but I still feel more energetic than normal. Maybe it is a phase after all.
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