7. Libra (September 23 – October 22)
Have you ever heard them say “kill them with kindness?” This is the vibe you give when you’re angry, Libra. Sure, you’re full of laughter and charm on the surface, but on the inside, you’re definitely ruminating. It takes a lot to irritate you. When your level of calm is breached, you become exceedingly snappy, loud, and aggressive.
8. Scorpio (October 23 – November 21)
Even the little things bother you, when you’re upset. You’re also slightly emotional so you cry when the feeling overwhelms you. You may not be able to hold your anger for long because you are short-tempered. You enjoy venting to your closest buddy, but if they aren’t around, you’d rather be alone and upset than speak to someone you don’t trust.
9. Sagittarius (November 22 – December 21)
You closely resemble a wildfire and become aggressive, looking to fight everyone and everything. Your mood and attitude can shift dramatically, from snarky remarks to random bursts of anger. All you want is for everyone to leave you alone. Normally, you try to control your emotions, hence it’s difficult to imagine you in a bad mood.
10. Capricorn (December 22 – January 19)
When you’re in a bad mood, you can go from being distant to downright cold-hearted. If you’re having a bad day, your friends should avoid you since you’ll be negative, dark, and harsh. As a Capricorn, you aren’t exactly known for having warmth or a comforting nature. So it’s no surprise that you’re naturally cold and distant when annoyed.
11. Aquarius (January 20 – February 18)
You don’t know what to do with your emotions since you bottle them up. If someone upsets you or intrudes your personal space, you will either become aggressive and lash out or give out the silent treatment, there’s no in between.
You might even try to reason your way out of a bad mood, but if you don’t keep things under control, you’ll end up overthinking scenarios.
12. Pisces (February 19 – March 20)
You’re the kind of person that forgives but never forgets. You don’t generally feel angry or irritated, but when you do, you think about it a lot. You need space to reflect and take a break. You’ve learned to keep your tears with patience, but if it becomes too much for you, you’ll drown in your own tears. You sulk in self-pity and allow a flood of bad energy to sweep over you.
This is the best way of understanding yourself and what you can avoid doing the next time you’re in a bad mood. Share your thoughts with us in the comments below!