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Hey guys, I'm wondering, is there a way to stop torturing yo

Hey guys, I'm wondering, is there a way to stop torturing yourself thinking about things that made you so angry? I'm not going to go into details because I've already talked about it on here, but I got so mad three nights ago at my friends, and I still find myself thinking about it. The pain hasn't really gone away. I guess that's because it's been this build up of feeling so alone when I'm around them for months, and now it's finally caught up to me. I'm planning on talking to them about it next time I see them, which will be sometime this week. But I guess I keep thinking about it because I'm so nervous about how they're going to react. I just want to explain how I've been feeling lonely when we're all hanging out together, but I'm still worried that it's just not going to go well. The last time I called out a friend, she called me unreasonable and irrational, and I ended up having to cut her out of my life.

I'm not really asking for advice for how to talk to them, because I'm not planning on getting angry, but I am asking for advice on how to stop thinking about it in the meantime. I just get so frustrated when I think about it, even when I'm listening to happy music. And sometimes, even when I'm reading, I'll still think about it all immediately after I stop reading. Does anyone have any advice?

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[2350]
Feb 10

Talk here

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[2350]
Feb 12

My problem also it causes resentment and frustration that stays

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[2350]
Feb 12

I get triggered too much

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