I was listening to the radio the other day while driving to work, and I heard the DJ discussing one of the latest trends in “anger management”. It’s called an “Anger Room”, and it’s chock full of things to destroy. Yes, you heard me right. There is a company in Dallas that literally is in the business to blow off steam. According to their website:
Anger Room LLC is a company started back in 2008, established to provide an alternative to seeing a ‘head doctor’ or talking it out when you’re having a bad day. We believe that sometimes it’s better to just do what you feel and lash out when you need to! And what better place to do that without judgement, consequences or public humiliation than at an Anger Room location.
The Anger Room facility is a place where you can let your hair down, gear up and destroy real-life mocked rooms that simulate an actual workplace, living area or kitchen. Complete with dummies, mannequins, TVs, tables and many, many more breakable items. It might sound crazy at first, but we assure you once you’ve tried this method of stress relief, nothing else will compare! You may enter highly upset but when you leave the rest of your day will be lemonade compared to what could have happened if you didn’t give us a visit:)
So no matter what walk of life you’re from, profession, education level or etc. We all get angry, we’re human, so why not do everything you’ve dreamed of doing when you’re mad without paying the insane cost and severe consequences of your actions. Here you’re not crazy, just angry and we’re here to help;) So sign up and/or do some pre lashing out in our New blog room and prepare to come by and take a load off, you’ll be glad and better off that you did!
Wow. I have no words. Well, actually, I have a few words…”Can I join?” I’m not an angry person, but the thought of getting free rain to smash things to smithereens sounds rather exciting! I mean, how often at work do you want to get up and just toss all those file folders and documents?
Throw your stapler?
Ok fine. But trust me, once you get into that room which, by the way, is set up to your frustration specifications (office, home, everything glass, etc), you’ll have no trouble taking hold of that sledgehammer or baseball bat and going to town!
They say you can host parties there, but I’m not so sure I’d like to be in a room with that many ticked off people. Something just tells me that’s a bad idea 🙂
So, would you ever participate in an Anger Room sesh? Care to release some tension? The folks over at Anger Room Dallas are more than happy to accommodate all your devious desires. And for all you Safety Susie’s, don’t you worry, goggles and protective gear are provided!
I think for my first session, I’ll take a room full of bubble wrap, please!
hearts and hugs,