Thursday, October 28, 2010
The Angry Part and The Sad Part
I drew this picture when the angry part was near the surface. The angry part is always followed by or comes out alongside the sad part. The angry part causes a lot of issues and basically suffers from intense misdirected anger. The black stuff on the angry part's head is not a hat. It's the pressure that I get in my head when the angry part is close to the surface. This part almost always comes with an intense headache and the pressured feeling I talked about in the previous post.
The sad part usually comes out after the angry part is finished expressing herself. The sad part is scared that she won't be loved based on the behavior of the angry part, which is why she apologizes profusely and hopes that she will be cared about anyway. She tries to sort of make up for the behavior of the angry part. She also wonders whether or not she is "bad" far more than any of the other parts.