The antidote to smashing shit, is to create shit. Whatever your current mood, you will come upon an idle moment when you could use a full-on 'Tour de Smash'. You could order a new computer keyboard, and when it arrives, you can then re-read 'that one email', text, or post, which totally pissed you off, then take the old keyboard out-back for a thrashing.
Time modulates our reactive urge -- the nervous response to being out of control. You really should have gone out back and thrown a bottle against the fence, but alas you hit send. Sending a bottle through the air, and 'clicking send' are really the same action. Neither genie can simply be stuffed back in the bottle, and while initially gratifying..., within moments you will come to reconsider. We all do it -- Humans that is..., but not surprisingly almost no other animals in this peaceable kingdom seem to re-direct so much of their own frustration upon others, and harmless objects. To remain unbroken, we need to build.
"Engage in some occupation so that the devil will always find you busy" -St. Jerome
When visiting the zoo, you may have cherished a charming moment when a chimp did the same -- Throwing something absurd at the glass... but this act holds a dark mirror to our own soul. When we reflect upon what we are thinking..., "Hey, that silly monkey just did something like I do sometimes." we hear Homer Simpson as narrator. Time is the factor, and even the ape, could broker time as a suppressant -- Soon to forget about whatever made them upset, and then setting about to masturbate.
While time, like a sedative may hold back a base urge for a while, the true antidote to the lonesome act of retaliation is to make something. We could build a long list, from baking a cake, to boat building, but your own knack will hone your short list. The key to making something is that when you really consider the new set of instructions, and materials list that which is just outside of your "ability" is the thing you really need to build.
The old adage, 'idle hands are the devil's workshop' is one which may seem quite relevant today. I'm not sure I have been sitting at idle long enough to summons my 'smash-twitch'. But my hands are almost always dirty, and this I trust as a gauge of productivity, more than a vector. Just the same, and because I cannot think of anything which could better underscore the fine art of making stuff; I'll just defer to our friends at: Craftsmanship Dot Net A breathtaking resource for inspiration.
Why not Drop in for ideas? When you finish making something, even a sandwich -- If you still feel the urge, you thereby have your permission to smash it to bits.
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