Hello I am having some thoughts of wanting to harm someone in which I do not really mean to because I am sick and tired of everyone not understanding other people's issues like anger issues and other problems and when they say that the world is as as it is when the world should change for the better and I am not asking people or the world to be perfect but I just want no more violence, war, people telling others what to do with their own lives and bodies, no more negatives, no more pain and suffering and I think some more too I would not like in this world anymore like birth defects or disabilities sorry to say this as I do not want to end up offending anybody but I just wish that some people were not born with disabilities because it would be nice if everyone would be more independent and be able to do more things for themselves. I really need help please as it is getting out of control.
Hello Sholay, I’m sorry to hear you are being troubled by these thoughts.
You can find advice about treatment for anger at these links:
One recognised way of controlling anger is meditation. You can find a training video here:
Anger problems are often associated with depression. It would be a good idea to speak to your GP about your thoughts.
I hope this helps, all the best,Graham.
I have recently made an appointment with a doctor to see if they can find some proper mental health services for me. Also I just want everyone to understand that no one is perfect and that we all make mistakes and should be allowed to make mistakes no matter how old we are. And I just want everyone to treat me as a nearly 21 year old lady as I am nearly 21 this April coming soon and everyone should understand that when someone reaches the age of 18 or 21 they should be allowed to make all types of choices/decisions and are old enough and capable of making their own decisions/choices for themselves. Thank you for the help and for the links.
There is an essay/paper called ‘Making sense of agency: Belief in free will as a unique and important construct.’ at the link below that you may find interesting.
Atypical senses of self and agency in autism can lead to frustration, which may be one of the causes of your anger.