It may work in that regard, wrote Elizabeth Scott, a wellness coach with a master’s degree in counseling, in her article on the website“Studies show it’s important to have fun in your life as a way to improve your mood, manage stress and maintain balance in your life,” Scott wrote. “If it’s fun for you to go out and break things, this may still be a much healthier activity for you than sitting at home and ruminating over what’s making you angry. If it gets you into a better mood with a spirit of fun, you may want to go for it.”