The drawing in yesterday's post is what Betty Edwards in her book Drawing On The Artist Within calls an analog drawing, (Ch 8 Drawing On Intuition).
My scribble was the work of seconds and a way of releasing the angst we are all feeling, and I felt much better after I had done it!
We are all dealing with it in our own ways. If you are a verbal person you may rant when it all gets too much, or scream into the wind. If you are a more physical type you may go for a fast walk, or a run, or punch a pillow, or kick a ball against a wall.
I'm visually dominant and can express myself best with a pen or brush in my hand..
Might you give it a try? I sat down intending to write something else and thought 'How do I feel right now? ' The answer was Aaargh and as I began to write the word it took on a life of its own! The secret is to not think too much about it. Size does not matter - mine was on A4 - but if your feelings are very strong really big is great!
When she was quite little my daughter had an operation on her foot. I suggested she draw the pain in a little notebook. She named it Anagroggle Pain and she redrew it each day, modifying the jagged shapes, telling it to behave and after a few days she morphed it into a benign blob which coulcn't hurt anyone.
I once made two large collages of screaming newspaper headlines (they both quickly sold in an exhibition). Your drawing might develop into an art work or you may just get the satisfaction of screwing it up into a ball and binning it. You may put it aside and look at it a few days later and see what you see.
Here is one which developed into a little design I called Delicate Balance.