Unprovoked and prolonged anger is irrational, and a symptom of a trader who has yet learned to take losses as part of the process. Everyone will at some time in their trading journey experience anger and bitterness. This is normal since the mind and body under frustration seeks and outlet. HOW, a person deals with it separates the mature from the immature who continually poop their unsatisfactory results by lashing out at others. We follow RULES for risk management, entry and exit and a host of trading disciplines. But how many make rules for dealing with anger and frustration? Outside of trading, it's essential to enjoy something, anything that will help to relieve pent up anger and pressure on the inside. Especially for those that don't have a partner/spouse. Thankfully I'm married and also enjoy poker on the weekends with Army buddies. (So I can lose some of my winnings cause my poker game sucks ) Do you use any specific RULES for after the trade? Or, how do you reset, to be mentally sharp and ready for the next session?