How I Got Angry At Myself

It is for real. People can get so angry at themselves, but the anger is a good emotion. How come you might be thinking?! Because there is an emotional scale. Anger is better than revenge, hatred, jealousy, insecurity, fear, grief, or depression. Now you see how being angry is better than being depressed.

This picture below may not be suitable for the angry post 😀 but I Liked the emotion of tiredness and overwhelmed girl on this picture. It shows so much!

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I was at the job doing some thing, and two of my managers asked me to come over with them. The first thing I thought is: “What did I done wrong?!” I came to them and they just asked me to do something. It was at that moment that I realized how I do not believe in myself, and it was frustrating. All day long I was thinking how I need to do something about it. I need to believe in my capabilities now more than ever. Enough of the insecurities, enough of the doubting. If you have any suggestions about what I should do, please do let me know in a comments below.

Self-doubt can destroy everything that you worked for until now, it is self sabotaging. Why would you not believe in yourself, if you are trying hard at everything that you do?

“When you stop living your life based on what others think of you real life begins. At that moment, you will finally see the door of self acceptance opened.”
― Shannon L. Alder


I asked myself why I doubted myself at the first place. It is an eye opening question. Why this? Why that? And eventually you will come up with an answer. About two questions you need to ask yourself daily read HERE. Questions are very, very powerful. But you need to ask them sincerely and openly, and don”t be afraid of the answer that you are going to get, because the answer, whatever it is, will set you free.


Study anger. I was so happy when I realized that I still have limiting beliefs, because now I can work on it. Accept it and move on, do it better next time, forget about it. That is such a relieving emotional moment. You are getting so much lighter.

I found an amazing article about anger that you can read HERE. Basically, Marie T. Russell says that you are not angry at the acorn not being yet an oak, and I say, you are not angry at the flower seed, not being yet a beautiful flower. It is a process. Life is a process. Blooming flower is in the process. Growing tree is in the process. You are in the process.


Many people are mad at themselves because they are mad at themselves. 😀 Like for real! It is O.K. to be mad at yourself. We are the humans with feelings and emotions, feel that feeling, know where did it came from, learn from it and move on.

Everybody gets angry at themselves at one point in time, some very regularly, some very rarely. If it”s very regularly, that just means you are not giving best of yourself, you are dabbling. It is very satisfying to go to bed exhausted knowing that you gave best of yourself, there is no room for anger, just a tiring satisfaction. If you know what I mean?!

“Anger, resentment and jealousy doesn’t change the heart of others– it only changes yours.”
― Shannon Alder

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So I was doubting myself that I did something wrong. Why would I doubt myself if I know I did not do something wrong? It is mind blowing. I definitely need to do something about it, and start believing in myself, working on that confidence now more than ever, because being confident in yourself is everything. It is everything!

Imagine yourself being 100% confident in your capabilities? You would feel unstoppable. You would feel like nothing can stay on your way to achieve your goals. That is my goal!

We get angry at ourselves because we know we could be doing more. And it is! We are doing best as we can in every single moment.

We can give more of ourselves right now, from now on, best of ourselves. We can! If we chose to.

Most people give half of themselves to everything that they do, but what if they wake up and they give 100% of themselves in everything that they do, it will make them successful instantaneously. Don”t you thing so?! We half-ass everything.

Never half-ass one thing. Whole ass one thing.

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I love love love Teal Swan. She is one of my best spiritual teachers and she has an amazing video about why are we half-assing everything and why successful people don”t half-ass anything. And this is success factor and crucial to succeed in everything that they do. Find her video below:

If you put 100% in everything that you do, would you be angry at yourself? Of course, not! We tend to beat ourselves up. We tend to procrastinate everything. We think this is not the best time, but when will be that best time? What if tomorrow never comes? Live a life of no regret. Put 100% in everything that you do, and watch how your happiness, excitement and satisfactions grows.


There is no better feeling than going to bed at night tired but satisfied. That feeling of knowing that you put all of yourself in what have you done is priceless.

So if you get angry at yourself  sometimes, look maybe you didn”t gave best of yourself at things that you done today, yesterday or tomorrow. It is O.K. to feel this emotions, it really is, but ask yourself why, and respond honestly. Why am I feeling this way? And how to get to that beautiful and better state as soon as possible? Because that is all that we need.

I really hope I inspired you and showed you that it is normal to get angry at yourself, and what might be the problem. I am also encouraging you to leave a comment, share with your friends and subscribe for more. And please leave your E-mail so you can be updated about newest posts and subscribed to our newsletter.

Yours sincerely,