My answer to Is it okay to bottle up your emotions?
Answer by Desmond Last:
Yes it is and in fact doing so will keep you from being assessed as having problems of Mental Health. It is called being calm when faced with a situation you must remain in control of.
There is no doubt in my mind, and in others, that the Mental Health Act is a very convenient method of shutting people up.
Our Governments have appointed a Group of people to assess those who they think are a physical threat to people of importance.
In the U.K they are called the Fixated Threat Assessment Center. These people are allowed without any independent adjudication to enter your life, obtain a court order to assess you, with force if necessary, and then have you placed in care – with your assets under the care of the State.
They are dangerous in that they are not accountable.
They have twice instructed NHS Oxford to assess my Mental Health. Both times I was assessed as having no problems with my mental Health. So why was I assessed? They did not like my writing and campaigning.
Now they are the subject of a Parliamentary Complaint which is supported by my M.P.
My advice if you have them in your life; keep very calm. One twitch of anger and the white coats will take you away.
The Home Office Secretary who was in charge of the FTAC when they made their ‘mistakes with me’ Theresa May.
As a direct answer to your question if you change ‘bottling up emotions’ as your response to a situation to ‘remaining in charge of the situation’ you will find that you will not get angry. Remain calm and you will enjoy being in control.