Cry Loud: Psalm 77:1

I cry aloud to God, aloud to God, and he will hear me.
-Psalm 77:1

We tend to cry to ourselves (anger-inward) or vent to others (anger-outward), when we ought to be telling and even yelling to God about it.
That's right. There is a time to yell, loud and unfiltered, to God.
The best way to get relief from vexing feelings of calamity is to let it out, with words, loud cries; to God. This is the key to healing grief.
We need to be free to be a crashing thunder storm in prayer, when we are suffering loss.
Thunder, lightning, and rain; from me to God.
When we are in pain, we should run to God and be authentic, unvarnished; completely transparent.
We don't have to clean up or calm down or get well before we enter into prayer to God.
It is the opposite.
And we speak inarticulately and might not make sense.
We cry and wail, loud.
I cry out to God; yes, I shout. Oh, that God would listen to me!

I poured out my complaint to you, God. I lifted up my voice, shouting out for your help.

I yell out to my God, I yell with all my might, I yell at the top of my lungs. He listens.

-Psalm 77:1 (NLT, TPT, MSG)