Has someone ever said to you, "You're acting like you're mad at the world" or "You look like you're mad at the world"?
When that happens, you might think to yourself: Maybe I am mad at the world.
If you have thought that to yourself (I am mad at the world and everyone in it), I want you to think about what has happened that caused you to feel that way. I want you to take into account what actually caused you to feel this way.
Ask yourself these questions: Am I just not in the mood to be around people? Am I just angry at something that happened in the day?
These are two questions that will help you understand what is making you mad at the world. Answering these questions fully and honestly will allow you to take another moment to really understand yourself.
So if you answered yes to the first question, then why are you not in the mood? Are you depressed? Are you just tired? What is causing you to not be in the mood to be around others? When you have identified that and understood that, then see what you can do to fix it. Maybe you have to fix yourself.
If you answered yes to the second question, then the main thing to do is to understand what you can learn from it. Take the time to look at everything as a positive, or in other terms, a blessing in disguise.
By the end of this, I want you to be able to have identified the true problem, able to understand why it is the problem, know how to fix it, and continue to fix it when it occurs again.
This will help you to continue the journey of understanding yourself and understanding how to express what you truly feel.
This is important because we have be able to fully communicate how we feel in the best way possible.