This series explores the emotion of anger, revealed by my acknowledgment of repressed aggression. Influenced by cultural norms, societal expectations compelled me to conceal negative emotions, particularly as a girl. Over time, these suppressed emotions merged into a complex amalgamation, manifesting as anxiety. The artworks subtly convey 'violence' and 'aggression,' symbolizing the release of pent-up feelings. In the creation of this series, I examined the diverse cultural and political triggers and suppressions of anger, its representation and acceptance among women, and its correlation with women's mental health. The stages of recognition, resistance, confrontation, and validation are discernible in the artwork. This artistic process emerges as an intense and liberating means of self-communication.