If you are one of those people who feel angry, this room will surely make you feel better, and it is the place that a woman called Sana Sulin described as a “hall to vent” from the pressures in Finland, which was very popular with women in particular, especially because of the psychological effects The restrictions imposed by the “Covid-19” pandemic left some people.
Determined to get rid of the toxins of anger and the restrictions of leaving the house, the woman in her fifties took out her anger by smashing old printing machines, utensils, and vacuum cleaners, for 25 minutes to the sound of her favorite music. suffocates me.”
Sana Solin says about her experience inside the Anger Hall in Helsinki, through statements published by the website Ex-hitman: “We women are used to being tactful and controlling our feelings..It was not easy for her to make the decision to come to this site, amidst the wreckage of plastic and glass. On the occasion of my fiftieth birthday.
The report indicates that the majority of the visitors to the Hall of Rage, which was held in early July, are women, and 80% of the customers are women between the ages of 25 and 45 years.
The report pointed out that although Finland is proud of its great equality between men and women, women’s aggression is still a taboo and they do not have the right to vent their anger, and the pressure caused by the repercussions of the “Covid-19” pandemic is the biggest cause of anger among customers.