Anger to control or to learn


Anger: To Control or To Learn


The feeling anger can come from two different places within us. Anger that comes from an adult, rational place can be called outrage. Outrage is the feeling we have when confronted with injustice. Outrage mobilizes us to take appropriate action when harm is being done to ourselves, others, and the planet. Outrage is a positive emotion in that it moves us to action to stop crime and violence, clean up the environment, and so on.


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Many of us will do anything to avoid anothers anger, yet may be quick to anger ourselves. Many of us dread anothers anger yet continue to use our own anger as a way to control others.

Lets take a deeper look at what generates our anger and how we can learn from it rather than be at the mercy of it.

The feeling anger can come from two different places within us. Anger that comes from an adult, rational place can be called outrage. Outrage is the feeling we have when confronted with injustice. Outrage mobilizes us to take appropriate action when harm is being done to ourselves, others, and the planet. Outrage is a positive emotion in that it moves us to action to stop crime and violence, clean up the environment, and so on. Outrage comes from a principled place within, a place of integrity, caring and compassion.

Anger can also come from a fearful adolescent place within from the part of us that fears being wrong, rejected, abandoned, or controlled by others, and feels intensely frustrated in the f

 



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