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Old 04-07-2019, 04:25 PM #11
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Well... there's my old friend I'm always linking members here to... this mental-health-oriented description of the practice of compassionate abiding:

Relieve Distress By Allowing It: Compassionate Abiding 101 | Mindset: Perspective Is Everything

Beyond that, I think this is probably something you simply need to work through with the help of a skilled therapist. Presumably there are experiences you've had in the past that have stayed with you, perhaps stored in non-conscious areas of your brain, that are causing you to have these homicidal thoughts. I know I struggle with a lot anger as well. So I know it's not pleasant. Physical exercise (walking & yoga) & meditation are helpful for me as well.



I do find that growling helps if I’m feeling angry

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Sorry to bump up this old thread, cause its very relevant to me now.

I used to have homicidal thoughts in the past & present, got warded for it, came out and still dealing with it at the moment.

During a point in time in my life, I also sort of promise myself, if I die I'm not going alone because so many people are attempting to bring me down, upset and anger me, esp the ones living nearby opposite my house.

The frequency and timing of these provocations are enough to set me off. I don't feel any peacefulness here. I feel the need to get rid of them to feel at ease.

It was not manageable in the past, at the moment I'm trying not to get controlled by it, though its difficult.
Talk it out with a therapist.

Or here. What have these people (or this one person) done to you?
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Talk it out with a therapist.

Or here. What have these people (or this one person) done to you?
I believed myself to be on the receiving end of an organized social mobbing/gang-stalking. Experienced verbal insults, malicious gossiping, laughing, slandering, imitating, mockery, ridiculing, betrayal, at a ridiculously high frequency for a long period of time. I just don't understand why am I being targeted and set up with these. Society must have hated me somehow and want me destroyed so they can derive amusement from it. They never take me seriously. I feel a strong sense of injustice.

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You should go to a professional as soon as you could.
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Everybody has had thoughts of punching someone in the face or killing them when they piss us off but it doesn't mean that we're going to act on it. Just remember where these thoughts are coming from and don't acknowledge them as anything more than just thoughts.

A cognitive behavioral therapist can teach you that whenever you have these hostile thoughts, you can train you mind to transform the negative thought into a positive one. For example, every time you think of killing someone after they make you angry, you can think "I am calm, I am grateful, I am a good person, and they have no power over me."
A very serious subject, I think this response is a winner. Not to mention, there are both serious consequences for law breaking, including life-long imprisonment and a sentence to a world of violence. Understanding that a common figure of speech is "Oh, I'll kill 'em," or "drop dead", another one I have heard recently, "Go play in traffic," are taken lightly because most people do not harbor intention to harm. But I agree, a therapist can teach how to retrain your thought patterns to allow your mind to let go of those sayings and those feelings, and can teach how to redirect your thoughts into more production actions.

Recently, I have watched Santa Clarita Diet, a Netflix program, which explores the daily struggles of how we deal with the people we surround ourselves with and "killing" and potentially "eating" those who get in our way. A fun plight on living with zombies and what it is like to be the walking dead, also a light time-waster.
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That's not so good. If the problem persists, then you should go to the therapist with it. I hope you have no firearms in your house. If so, then get rid of this please. You never know.
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You should undergo therapy to stop this type of thought.
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