What is Anger

By Randy Roedl

Emotion is a attribute that everybody bears. It makes folks emotionally euphoric, bittersweet, delighted, amazed, defeated, and so forth. Anger constitutes one of them that can be often found inside people, and it's generally bore on to as an emotion addressed as angriness, which isn't a really hospitable arranged set of feelings and it is beneficial to avoid demonstrating your temper too often.

It is totally normal for a person to feel angry. With certain unhappy events happening or so around him or her, it is a form of expression showing that he or she is being intimidated by unhappy events or person around them. An expression of angriness may vary depending on how serious that particular event that caused it, and also will determine which type of angriness they possesses.

Different levels of angriness varies through the different levels of events happened. It can go from very light angriness such as a silence barrier, or going to a heated argument, or rage. It is a state when certain factors causes your mind to give you signals that you do not worth what the event is all about, thus giving you physical signs such as adrenaline rush, faster heartbeat, and other heated up features.

Causing angriness is not hard. A simple tick off by one of your colleagues in your workplace that have influenced your hard work, or being back stabbed by one of your close friends. These are the easiest way to get the ball running in your heart to be angry. Frustration is also another form of angriness that is popular nowadays, which is often caused by growing pressure found in urban people where city life is a race of work everyday.

There are two main groups of angriness, which has their own separate types in the grouping. Aggressive angriness is one of them, often relating you to cursing, destructing, threats, direct harm, or others. As the name says, aggressive angriness usually comes after a series of unhappy events like arguments, ideas that clashed between two people, opinions which are not the same, and so on. It will also come with expression filled with unpleasant actions or words, and may cause physical damage to items or people.

Another group is passive angriness, which appears to be called the 'good' angriness. Why is it called the good one is because that this type of angriness does not cause serious physical or emotional injury. To see how a passive angriness is, usually it is related to personal events like being left out from the group of friends, struggling to be accepted by a new group of colleagues, being complained about a certain service in work. These are the problems and normally it reflects who you are and it is a good chance to improve yourself based on the passive angriness you possess in you.

Although it is not a good thing to be angry always, it is still unavoidable in our daily life. Psychiatrists found out that it is normal to release your stress via angriness expression, but knowing when to do that and limiting yourself to what you do is a good way of making yourself comfortable without hurting people around. This is a good way to manage angriness if it creeps up from the inner you again.

Keeping yourself angry all the time is not a good thing. Learning to forget what has happened in the past will definitely help in future angriness management issues. - 30540

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