Lashing out and overreacting

Dealing with feelings honestly, as they arise, will avoid a build-up and control a lashing out down the road.


Intense emotions demand intense modes of expression. Whilst there seems to be many outlets for the feelings typically deemed positive, however, there are far fewer methods for constructively coping with anger, frustration, fear, sadness, or stress. Consequently, such feelings can cause us to believe that we are no longer in control of our emotional state. Backed into a mental corner, we may lash out at the first individual we encounter.

Most of us will quickly discover that our misdirected outpouring of fury has not relieved the pressure of our pain. Powerful emotions are like the lava in a volcano poised to erupt — held in check with nothing but an eroding layer of calm. Within us lies the power to direct the flood of feeling that surges forth by channeling it into productive, artistic, or laborious pursuits. 

Retaking control of our emotions at their height can be difficult because our already negative feelings can convince us that others are deserving of our wrath. But if we consciously look for healthier ways of expressing what we feel, we can both safely dispel our pain and use the energy of that pain to add value to our lives. Anger and sadness, for example, can become the inspiration that induces us to dedicate ourselves to bringing about the change we wish to see in the world. If we act rather than react, we can become effective agents of positive transformation.

When we channel our frustration or feelings of stress into outside-the-box thinking and proactive exploits, we are more apt to discover solutions to the issues that initially left us stymied. And if we view fear as a signal that we need to re-examine our circumstances rather than a cue to flee, we may gain new and unexpected insight into our lives.

Channeling your emotions into constructive action can also prevent you from engaging in cyclical rumination in which you repeatedly relive the situation, event, or expectation that originally sparked your feelings in your mind’s eye. Since you are focused on a goal, even if your ambition is merely to better understand yourself, your pain is no longer being fed by your intellectual and emotional energy and quickly ebbs away. You not only avoid lashing out at others, but you also actively take part in your own healing process while honestly acknowledging and honouring your feelings.

“All sounds great” I hear you saying with that internal skeptic of yours…BUT

And here come what I am starting to term the ‘Three-amigos’ of entropy

  1. I don’t have time
  2. These things are always complicated
  3. I am not sure if it would work for me

So what is the solution?

The Zenpower app program is able to minimize or fully suppress stressors and anxiety-based behaviours simply and in less than 2 minutes, chemical-free, and with no side effects. It is simple and it works. Zero side effects. What do you have to lose by trying Zenpower?. 

Zenpower is…

  • Fast. We are time poor in business and often in life and our program takes less than 5 minutes to complete
  • Simple. When people are stressed you do not want to give them something complex or complicated to do to control it. Our program is simple; you just mirror the process on the App and enter the results as you move through it.
  • Proven. People will often only engage in something if it works. All of our studies over the years have shown we get a ‘minimum’ average of a 70% reduction in stress in less than 5 minutes.

Zenpower App is like having a therapist in your pocket, it is available 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. It is low cost at less than 10p per day to have full access to the main program and also to a range of support mp3s, which you can listen to and use when you have more time later, to maintain a stress-free state.

What have you to lose by trying?