Anger and Aggression
Everyone feels anger or aggression many times in the day. This happens all of the time. We all face the same challenge of trying to control our temper. It may be easier for some people than it is for others. Holding anger in is bad and unhealthy for your body. If you let the anger build up it could go from just being a verbal argument to a point in which someone or something is hurt or destroyed. When you look into a problem more closely you can control you anger better. You get all of the facts and make a proactive decision. Also by looking into the problem you may find out that it isn't as bad as you thought. Some people may ask, "What causes a person to feel angry?" I think that are two answers to the question. The first is that you may feel angry with yourself or something that you may have done. The second is that you may be angry at another person or object. You may refer to feeling angry with yourself as internal anger an example for it is that you didn’t do as good as you wanted to do on your text and anger towards another person as external anger for example is that you are getting into an quarrel with a friend . There are different ways of dealing with your anger. The best way is to go right to the person that you are feeling angry with and talk to them about it. Although this is the best way it may not always be an option for the situation you are in. If you are angry with yourself you should find a friend and talk to him about it and get it off your mind so you don't build up your anger. Also it is not easy to hold in your anger because people who are close to you can recugnaise when you are feeling angry. You may not realize yourself that you are feeling angry. Violins are symbols of anger. Some people get a stomach aches, headaches, and ulcers. Your body can usually react when something is wrong. It is better to find a place that is quiet and a place where you can talk to someone about your feelings. It is much easier...
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