Do you get angry easily? Do you lash out verbally or physically when pushed too far? One must be careful about anger. Is there a just cause, such as when someone’s innocence is violated or the helpless are being taken advantage of?
Oftentimes, our anger is about personal offenses; not getting our own way, having someone disagree with us, or having what we feel is our right taken away from us. This kind of anger is usually counterproductive physically, emotionally, and socially.
Know the warning signs of your anger before you go too far with your reactions. Need help with that?
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