When Emotions Run Wild - Jessie T. Wolf
When Emotions Run Wild|
You know, right now I want to argue. I want to argue, and vent, and yell, and scream, and be a bitch, and just be ANGRY! I want to do this, but I also want to know that when all is said and done, I’ll still have a FRIEND who can laugh about it with me later on, and NOT fucking criticize me for getting angry and emotional. Emotions cause reactions. Those reactions may not always be reasonable at the time, but what the hell do you expect when tempers flare?!
*fumes silently to herself* >.
Current Mood: angry
*hides and refrains from any species-related bitch jokes*
(I wuv you wolfbutt!)
|Date:||November 7th, 2004 05:07 pm (UTC)|| |
*hugs* Why can't you vent to somebody? I would hope other people realize that sometimes you just have to bitch about things. *huggles again*
You could always e-mail me if you feel like ranting. I like to rant and bitch too, so it would be nice to have someone to bitch with.
|Date:||November 7th, 2004 06:52 pm (UTC)|| |
I meant it when I said you could call on me for any reason
I realize that we all need to vent, and bitch. Though most people see me as a happy-go-lucky-always-in-a-good-mood tiger, even I fume sometimes. I used to have a friend that I could just call up and say, "Heya, I need a bitch sessions." Then, the two of us would just bitch, rant, fume, vent, curse, swear yell, scream, and whatever else we needed to do. After that, we'd hang out, or joke.
So seriously, if you need a bitch session, and you just want someone to listen while you scream, and then laugh and talk with you afterwards, you know how to get ahold of me.
*chuckles* And if you need a verbal sparring partner, cause you just feel the need to argue with someone, I'm your tiger. We warrior angels can fight with more than just our paws and claws.
|Date:||November 7th, 2004 08:07 pm (UTC)|| |
*snugs tightly* Hey, remember when you used to call me? You still can.
*Doesn't remember JesseWOlf calling me, but she's more than welcome to do so as well!!*
|Date:||November 7th, 2004 09:00 pm (UTC)|| |
bites on me all the time. In both in joy and in frustation. I don't growl back too much, but sometimes I do. Here and me are fine with that. It's how we communicate. It's how we are friends.
Some people discuss with cups of tea some with teeth. If you want you can growl and bite at me, but you won't be the only one and I'm allowed to bite and growl back. Fair's fair in friendships.
It's hard... there are seldom people you can be completely open with about these things without worrying about giving them problems as well. If you're afraid of clashing feelings, perhaps writing, drawing, or other forms of practice can help. It's what is known in psychological terms as 'sublimation' -- working out negative energy through art and behavior. Many an artist and many athletes use sublimation when something is bothering them. Perhaps a nice jog or some completely random doodling would help?