Why Do Some People Get Angry Easily Than Others?
- Author Claire Ballar
- Published September 28, 2021
- Word count 573
What is Anger?
Anger is often described as an "unwelcome emotion", it is surely a negative one, but also it shouldn’t be taken as useless. After all, these emotions are a response to particular situations. So, if you wonder what exactly is behind this sinister feeling, here is the explanation. Within this article, we will try to get to know better what stays behind one’s anger bursts.
Unlike "curiosity", also known to be the most underestimated feeling, "anger" is defined as the most underestimated by all mankind. However, we will try to get closer to the core of this emotion with at least 1inch. To begin with, let us remember one of the thoughts of the Apostle - “Everybody can get angry - this is a summer job - but you can get angry at the "right" person with the right motives, at the right place, at the right time, in the right situation, and in the right place.”
How would the majority interpret this thesis? It would be logical for the masses to be overwhelmed, to provoke anger as a negative emotion, which has no way to be "unseen". Anger, on the other hand, calls for a certain form of resentment, which at a later stage could turn into anger, rage, and even to violence. What kind of interpretation should we be angry with, the majority would ask. Two special key moments emerge instantly on the surface. Forwardly, the angry night's sleep is followed by negative results, and hence the clear and SOS signals of anger or rage. Yes, anger has its SOS signs.
In the second place, we will put the deep despair as the second form of anger. Any emotional outburst with a negative result such as despair, grief, spam, and so on is very likely to turn into an angry emotion. It is analogous to the declining intent, or to the already completely missing one, which should also be transformed into depression, despair, resentment and / or depression.
What can you do about the anger issues?
The first step to maturely expressing anger is our willingness to take responsibility for it. Let's go back to the beginning. Anger remains, in fact, one of the nine universal emotions. And as such, it also represents a "reaction" to a given "stimulation" or challenge coming from the outside world, for example. A similar reaction can be noticed in infantile people as well. Anger can appear through such a so-called "happy cry", accompanied by flushed cheeks, jappy bursts, twisted fists. In the case of the infantile, these SOS signals for anger are not expressed in this way, but rather by crying and frowning.
Again, anger remains a quantitative concept. There are many mechanics to start work on when your anger bursts out, but probably the best one is by laughing it out loud. Laughter is an antidote to anger, especially if you have self-irony. Instead of resisting what happened, blaming yourself for the mistakes, and being angry with yourself, find the fun in the situation and move on. Always look for an occasion to laugh - with friends, relatives, colleagues. Be sure to relax this way in the evening. If you lack company - watch a comedy or read a fun book. However, if it comes to a more serious case, then reach out for professional help. Nowadays, you can easily start obtaining dealing-with-anger-techniques by enrolling in an online anger management class.
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