When does anger go away? When one’s needs are met.
Trouble is; one often spends one’s life expecting someone else to meet one’s need. In actual fact; I am the only one who can meet my needs. So it follows that my anger goes away when I learn to meet my own needs; take responsibility for my own happiness; take care of myself well rather than second guessing the needs of others and then waiting for someone else to notice and meet my needs, reinforce or reassure. I speak of adults, of course. Children have age appropriate needs. I am no longer a child. I am an adult. How about you?
There is nothing quite like a walk; a walk in the park, a walk in an open space, a walk in the mountains. I know of no other activity open to a married woman living single that provides such relaxation, rejuvenation, satisfaction and fulfillment; mentally, physically, emotionally, and spiritually; as a good long walk in coolness and sunshine.
Oh, there are other things that come close: A good read or polished symphony concert (but where is the physical rejuvenation?). Oh yes, perhaps musical performance? That, too, stretches one: mentally, physically, emotionally, and spiritually—but it is much more directed, mentally and spiritually, than a walk. A walk is very freeing and enlightening