Lose My Temper Essay

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It seems that most of the time a person loses their temper is because of a situation that seems out of their control. Some people lose their temper at the littlest and slightest thing, and others have such a severe temper that they seem angry all the time and will lose their temper at any given time without warning. Most people know when they are at the edge of losing their temper; but they find it very hard to just stop themselves and they end up yelling, saying things they do not mean, throwing things around and more. I’m one of those people who do not know how or when they should control themselves. I have lost my temper for many times before, that I can’t even remember how many times I did lose my temper. But I cannot forget one day that I lost my temper which was three years ago. I…show more content…
I didn’t realize anything until I wake up the second day in the hospital. When I wake up I felt so much pain all over my body, I couldn’t move my any part of my body. When I asked the doctor what is happening to me, he said that I should thank god because I’m still a life. He told me that I got fractures all over my body, and I have to stay in bed for six months to heal completely. And the worst feeling I have ever felt in my life was when I asked about my girlfriend and the doctor told me we lost her. At this time I hated myself and I wished that I died in this accident because I was the reason for Nancy’s death. If I listened to her for a second and slowed down, none of this was going to happen. If I could have controlled myself and didn’t lose my temper, Nancy won’t be dead now. In conclusion, I have lost everything I loved because I lost my temper and couldn’t control myself. I lost my girlfriend; the most women I have loved in my life. I lost my job; even though I was speeding and fighting with Nancy that day, because I didn’t want to be late to work and I didn’t want to lose my
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