• Venting anger really doesn’t help and can make things worse.
  • Anger does not have to be expressed to be resolved.
  • Anger is not good or bad it’s just a feeling.
  • Anger does not have to be acted on.
  • Anger is best kept to oneself unless it can be expressed calmly and respectfully.
  • Loosing ones temper decreases ones creditability.
  • The louder one expresses oneself, the less sure they are about what they are saying.
  • Anger comes from fear, hurt, insecurity and, most of all, pride.
  • There is no such thing as “righteous” anger.
  • “Processing” anger is not necessary.
  • It’s OK to skip the anger and move forward with growth, healing or solutions.
  • No one can “make” you angry.
  • Not much (if anything) said or done in anger is productive or worthwhile.
  • People aren’t going to respect what you are saying or doing in anger.
  • People aren’t going to listen to what you have to say in anger. Written for webbwisdom.com 10/21/16.  You may also like: When emotions get the best of you

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