You won’t like me when I’m angry… because I always back up my rage with facts...– The Credible Hulk (via darthvadergps)
Monsters are real, and ghosts are real, too. They live inside us. And sometimes...– Stephen King (via ragglemcfraggle)
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Introspection: Imaginary Carl Jung and my Concerns...
Jung: So, youve come here again because you're worried about this... "hulking out?"
Jung: Could you explain or expand on the concept?
Self: My sadness automatically goes to anger if I can pi the blame on someone in less than half a second. If that time passes and i don't blame anyone, I just become sad. When I get angry, my blood boils and my functions speed up and become savage. The worst part is, that some of me is still intelligent and cognitive- i don't get stupid when i hulk out. And I fear that i may one day fulfill the desires of my inner-hulk.
Jung: And what may those be?
Self: To one day crush a villain. all the villains. everyone that makes me angry. crush them all, burn their bodies, and then cast the ashes into hell itself.
Jung: What makes you angry?
Self: Betrayal, unfairness, Careless people messing things up for me. Worst part is, all of those things are contained in the realm of being cuckolded. In a way, the idea of being cheated on makes me angrier than the idea of my entire race being wiped out. So you can imagine how afraid I am of being cheated on...
Jung: And if I can't?
Self: If I were to love someone more than the world itself, to care about them more than i do myself, and to put their well-being above my own. and for them to not do the same? For them to go against this bond that we've formed? Ia, if they want to break up, by all means get the fuck out of my life. But to want to be with someone else while you're with me?
If I don't rage at the thought, i feel a nausea that threatens to make me puke out my entire digestive tract. otherwise, i feel a horrible boiling in my body, tremendous pounding, like primal drums saying "It is time for war." And as any student of ancient history knows, tribes didn't fight by the rules.
Jung: I see... But why the concern?
Self: probably all the adultery I saw on tv growing up- my mom watched a lot of soaps. Still see on tv. The knowledge that if am an takes a woman to be his partner and then fails to maintain her, she will leave him and go after another. or if he fails to keep his embrace around her well enough, someone else may drip through. or if he is not watchful enough, a snake may enter his garden.
Someone once said jokingly "Just because the goal is protected, that doesn't mean you can't score." My blood boiled at the guy and i said growling "It's a shame then, that I am more like a bear than a goalie: Anyone with a ball anywhere near my goal gets mauled. No time outs, no red cards. if you don't want your brains splattered all over the field, stay away from my goal."
Jung: Ah... so your girlfriend or wife was with you?
Jung: But you thought about her?
Self: No... I don't have a girlfriend. Funny thing is, the closest person I have to a girlfriend, someone I really with would become my girlfriend sometime in the near future, is afraid of my inner hulk. She's felt these "dark waves" she calls them. She feels them most strongly when I talk about what id like to do with my enemies. What frightens her most is that when i talk about say... shattering a man's already stressed psychology with a single innocuous action, i say it without the slightest hint of humor. And for good reason: I'm not joking.
I really do want to brat the crap out of my enemies, and i really do want to crush the people that annoy me under the grip of my thumb. And she doesn't get that, so she's scared.
Jung: Doesn't get that?
Self; from what she's told me, she's adept at expressing every range of emotions, except anger and related emotions such as jealousy and annoyance (I wonder if she's even felt the other two?). So anger must come as a shock to her, especially when its being expressed so casually by someone so close to her.
Jung: Hm... And what do you think of your anger?
Self: I think that my anger doesn't exist for no reason. Yes, i have felt abandoned several times in my life. Yes that hurt like hell. And yes, I want to avoid that as much as possible. And yes, if I had to deal with some big-ass feeling of abandonment I would probably have a meltdown of some sort. That's why I'm repressing my horror-hulk by venting it with words rather than action. I think that if I talk about how I feel by painting images of what i feel like doing, I won't be so inclined to actually do those actions later; And i think that I'd be more inclined to be conscious if I ever started performing the action because past experience has taught me that I am incapable of consciously doing evil to another person.
Jung: So that's just it? You have this big hurt that threatens to take over when you're emotionally stressed and your course of action is to keep it under controlled pressure and ventilation like boiling water in a kettle?
Self: Yes. What else can i do? I don't want to throw the boiling water away, I might need it if an enemy crosses my path...
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populationgo: In an attempt to turn just about everything into a movie from board games to self-help books, Warner Brother Pictures announced yesterday that 2014 would see the release of Lego 3D. Read More I’d rather see Minecraft: The Movie
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