How to Safely Release Anger and Feel Empowered with Lizzie Moult

How to Safely Release Anger with Lizzie Moult

Are difficult emotions like anger something you struggle with expressing? Do you find yourself bottling things up instead of letting them out in a healthy way? In this insightful episode of the Choosing Change podcast, I’m sharing my powerful journey of learning to embrace anger and techniques for safely releasing it. 

I recount a pivotal moment on the beach where a friend encouraged me to scream out my frustrations after years of suppressing emotions. Through tears, I found the courage to yell "Fuck you" to the ocean several times. The release I felt was instant - all of my pain and tension melted away. This taught me that we all have a right to feel our full range of human emotions.

In the episode, I discuss the stigma around anger and why it's so important not to hold onto difficult feelings. I provide several suggestions for "therapy through movement" like running up stairs, punching pillows, or participating in axe throwing. The physical exertion created through these actions helped shift anger in a constructive way. 

This is a must-listen episode for anyone looking to empower themselves and stop suppressing how they truly feel. Are you ready to release your rage?

I can’t wait for you to listen to this conversation.


Highlights from this episode:

  • Anger is a natural emotion but many people are not comfortable expressing it due to social conditioning.
  • It's important to find healthy ways to release anger through physical activity like running, punching pillows, or screaming, to avoid suppressing the emotion.
  • Releasing anger in a safe manner, such as what the speaker did by screaming at the ocean, can provide an instant feeling of relief and empowerment.
  • Moving the body when feeling angry helps the emotion express itself in a constructive way rather than letting it build up over time.
  • Exploring the root causes of anger through shadow work and finding outlets for it can help people become more comfortable with difficult emotions.


"Every emotion is equal. It's all natural. We all have human reactions and responses." - Lizzie Moult

“The thing with anger, you hold and hold and hold. It'll be that one day someone just gives you that little poke, there it is... It explodes into a million pieces. You don't need to do that. Find a healthy alternative, small or big, depending on how it is that you're feeling to release that emotion." - Lizzie Moult

“I've just screamed for the first time. That's not normal. That's weird shit… Oh, here we go. Here we go. Okay, I can do this. I can do this. I did it once. I can do it again… the tears were like, absolutely bonkers out of my face. And then all of a sudden…  I instantly felt better. I instantly felt lighter. My pain had been taken away." - Lizzie Moult

Do reach out to us to continue this conversation.

Connect with Me


Facebook: @lizziegmoult



Love the Choosing Change Podcast?

Then I need your help! Podcast reviews are super important to help us reach more people who need help changing their lives. The more reviews we receive the more likely iTunes will share our podcast with those that need it most. 

Please spread the word and share this episode with anyone who you feel needs to hear the message today.

If you've loved this podcast, never miss another one! All you have to do is SUBSCRIBE to the Choosing Change Podcast on iTunes.


If you have a story to share, I would love to hear from you, this show is about everyday people doing the work. Email me at [email protected] and tell me your greatest life lesson. 


Discover your People Pleaser Archetype

Take this two-minute quiz to crack the code on how you give your power away (& how to win it back!)