How to get over your angry feeling in life?

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Anger is a response to a situation. It's not a solution to the problem.

I got over my anger because I realized that anger is not the answer. Anger is a response to a situation. It’s not a solution to the problem. If you don’t have a problem, you’re not going to be angry. You have to learn to deal with your anger. I’ve learned that if I’m angry, I can’t do anything about it. So I learned to let it go and move on with my life. And I think that’s the key to getting over anger because it’s a reaction to something that doesn’t exist.
I had a lot of anger when I was a kid, and I didn’t know what to do with it, so I used it as an excuse to get out of the house and do whatever I wanted. That’s what I always did. Then one day I’m thinking, “What am I doing? What’s wrong with me?”. What was wrong was that there was nothing I could do to change what was happening to me. The only thing that could have changed it was for me to stop being so angry all the time and just be happy and enjoy the things that were going on around me, like my friends and my family, and the people I worked with. When I stopped being angry and started being happy, things started going back to normal. But it took me a while to figure that out. Once I figured it out, the anger went away, but I still had this anger inside of me and it would come out at times. Sometimes I’d get angry at my kids, other times at other people, and sometimes at myself for not being able to handle the situation in a way that was acceptable to everyone involved. There were times when I felt like I couldn’t take it anymore and that it had to go away. In the end, though, it just made me stronger and more determined to make the world a better place for my children and all of us.

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