Relieve your feelings - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
relieve your feelings
relieve (one's) feelings
To do or say something as a means of venting or coping with one's feelings, especially anger or frustration. You may feel compelled to relieve your feelings of frustration by spanking your toddler, but it won't make you feel better, and it will teach them that violence is an acceptable solution to problems. Whenever anxiety takes hold of me, I go out for a walk along the canal to relieve my feelings.
relieve your feelings use strong language or vigorous behaviour when annoyed.
References in classic literature
In the meantime you can relieve your feelings
by cursing the one-man power and the effete monarchies of Europe.
If you are stuck on one of Sir Richard Branson's trains on the other side of the country, you cannot even relieve your feelings by firing off abusive emails.
On Branson's trains you cannot even relieve your feelings by firing off abusive emails
Get help if none of these steps relieve your feelings
of stress by seeking advice.