Yes i recall being very angry, furious about something happening towards me that wouldn't stop, it's personal and i used the F word in it in saying how i was feeling b/c that was effective and relieving so I'm still waiting for help on like how people could get over that like people who don't swear how they do it. Do they rephrase it to something more professional. What do you do in situations where it just doesn't stop!
First of all, let me make sure you understand that I got my psychology degree in a Cracker Jack box.
I believe that in pretty much most cases with us folks who have a hard time with rotten language (or even thinking the words), the problem is not the language. The unkind, foul, etc. words we use are a symptom of the problem. In your case it sounds like anger. In another case, it may be peer pressure, or some kind of financial or fleshly gain. Many of us may have grown up in homes with that kind of language being common, and we're just trying to kick the habit.
If you are having a hard time with anger, then I can understand. I get mad at myself and have to find effective ways to deal with it. In your OP you said that there are "outer influences that can cause me to swear even when i do not want to do so but it just makes me feel better." Are the outer influences things that make you angry? Dealing with the cause(s) of your anger is what you need to focus on, if that's the case. Using the bad language is not how to deal with the anger, even if it makes you feel better.
Regardless of the case, I think the best approach for the language issue, at least for me and I certainly can't speak for anybody else, is to first decide why I either would want to use foul language or why I would think I have to, and then try to eliminate that reason. If it's anger, then deal with the causes of the anger as the root cause. If it is my home or work environment, then try to (1) change the environment, or (2) change my placement in the environment, or finally (3) change how I operate in, and react to, negative influences in that environment.
Finally, if I am, for some strange reason, thinking that I have something to gain from using those words, then I need to change my goals, and seriously reconsider what I consider to be gain.
In any and all of these situations, prayer to God for His help is paramount to overcoming whatever obstacles and temptations keep us using ungodly language (or thoughts).