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RE: Psychology Addict # 56 | Reflections on Anger.

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My goodness! Needless to say steem may not even be steem without your boisterous blog posts that basically thrills.
I love the way you alluded to Jesus's anger in the bible really, in my opinion I think that sometimes anger may be as a result of issues that keeps bickering from our past, it might also be inherited as a result of disappointment, deja Vu as well as anger that sometimes results for no reason at all.
In my stance, I noticed that some of the things that triggers my anger is when I'm basically sitting among the people who are called my distant relatives and when I'm basically experiencing an emotional love situation these are basically the things that spurs my anger and irrespective of even the kind of situation your faced with Maria, I hardly get angry. So it could be that Maria's case has to do with work-related issues and she might not even be that way, but it's definitely not an excuse to treat someone with anger. At the end of the day, it boils down to our deposition and control irrespective.

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Hello there @josediccus :)

noticed that some of the things that triggers my anger is when I'm basically sitting among the people who are called my distant relatives and when I'm basically experiencing an emotional love situation these are basically the things that spurs my anger

Having said that, in case you're willing to stop such emotion from rising. It would be useful if you could identify the sorts of thoughts that go through your head in those given circumstances. Then, rationalize and tackle them in order to see things from a calmer, more realistic perspective :)

Thank you for the kind words my dear.
I wish you all the best always :*