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TAKE CHARGE/CONTROL OF UNDERSTANDING CHRONIC ANGER (15)

by Dr. Joseph A. Bailey II, MD., FACS on 12th-December-2017

Colored Peoples have a right (i.e. an entitlement) to be chronically enraged at the inhumanities imposed upon them in machine-gun-like fashion by White cultures. However, this is a life-shaping and life-changing opportunity to strongly consider alternatives to ones rights. To illustrate, if one has the right to drive in the car pool lane but it has an accident in it, then taking other lanes is common sense. As background, Medical Training regarding Rage/Anger involves five basic steps: (1) What is Normal?; (2) What are the brain’s anatomical, outside influences, and personal choice causes?; (3) What is the Diagnosis?; (4) What is the Treatment/Management?; and (5) to whom do these apply, not apply—and when? Today’s Medicine is fashioned and controlled by Europeans, based upon experimenting on Colored people; testing mainly on White patients; Treatment/Management results interpreted by Europeans and then molded to fit European patients. So, all of the medical scenario imparted on Colored People is typically inappropriate or is incomplete. Hence, it is wise for Colored People to take charge/control of understanding their health’s ‘big picture’. Starting in slavery, Black People’s chronic anger sprang out of atrocities committed on them by “Christian” Europeans–and such has continued to the present in Colored Peoples all over the world. Perhaps cumulative anger occurred from daily distress hormone enhancements secreted by the Omnibus Brain of the Enslaved and their today's descendants—many of whom exhibit “Negro Apathy.” Such is in those lacking Anger, even when it is in their own best interest to do so. Enhancements occur when Black children develop a “special” mindset from witnessing depressing conditions of their environment; from daily living the sadistic evils of racism; and from developing a sense that life will not ever get any better for them. 

What is perpetuated is an Enslaved Ancestor-type “I give up” mindset. The Apathetic, who allow their self-meaning (i.e. normally a direct connection with ones Being and with God) to become shattered, are incapable of Self-Reliance and Self-Preservation. Both tremendous losses cause them to be like “babes in the woods”–alone in the dark, not knowing where they are or who they are–grasping for any available support–selling their Souls to the Crowd. This drives them to engage in "Escapes"; be vulnerable to incompetent, ignorant, stupid fools, and/or evil outsiders. After accepting assigned bad labels, they put them into situations where those defined labels acquire validity and meaning—a self-fulfilling prophecy. No longer being “Who I am” contributes to a mental state of chronic anger, chronic emotional pain, and a “bottoming out” of ambition. Layers of emotions are added to this mindset by “activities of daily living” struggles manifested as "Chronic Juggling" (Bailey, Mentoring Minds). Most sensitive in the Black community is the issue of chronic under-employment or chronic unemployment.  Both lead to a prevailing attitude of “no matter how hard I try, I cannot find an adequate job.”  Both cause many to stop trying to find socially acceptable work and resort to making a living by other means–all stereotyped and some “taken down” by “Killer” police. Interpenetrations occur between Rage/Anger and physical illnesses—e.g. strokes, coronary heart disease, gastric and respiratory conditions, diabetes, and even cancer. Those who explode with anger are at a greater risk of strokes and sudden death. Emotional distress and Rage/Anger trigger release of the distress hormone cortisol in the body to give a quick burst of energy. But if too high and/or if too prolonged, destructive things happen: creation of a blood sugar imbalance; a decrease in bone density; suppression of the body's immune response making one susceptible to chronic inflammation; reduction in thyroid function; slowing down of the body's metabolism; impairing the brain's thinking ability; increasing blood pressure; and impeding circulation. A chronic lack of oxygen can cause severe chest pains. 

Uncontrollable anger can trigger the bursting of a brain artery, resulting in a stroke and simply to a mortality risk, especially for women and their fetuses (called the Fragile Black Baby Syndrome) and men who bottle up their Rage/Anger. Chronic Omnibus Brain overuse generates eating binges, a compulsion for sweet foods, and weight gain to the point of obesity by overstimulating the brain's hypothalamus. A terrible way to live is to be chronically filled with Hate and Rage/Anger + modelling the same from White people’s mindsets and ways. jabaileymd.com; JABLifeSkills; Theievoice.com

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