Anger is a very powerful and complicated emotion. It may make us irrational, it can cause illness from being internalised or from continually living our lives with it. It can also give pain to others from the violence that sometimes ensues.
It can also manifest in calm symptoms that chew away at someone when the anger is suppressed, it can be misdirected, targeting the wrong person (displaced) and can cause physical and emotional scars when someone (especially a child) has to live in unavoidable contact with it. However, once controlled and suitably directed it can enhance the chances of survival, bring about positive change and improve one’s environment.
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