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ANGER MANAGEMENT

What is anger?

Anger is an emotion and it is divided into three groups:

i Anger Internalization
People in this group keep them from ever expressing their anger;
they are passive.

ii Over-controlled anger
People in this group control them tightly from the expressive of
anger. However, they finally may release their anger in forms of
intense, explosive outburst. After the outburst, they feel guilt.
They may direct their rage at objects that cannot fight back!!

iii Under-controlled anger
People in the group have more frequent outbursts of anger and
direct their rage to friends, strangers or any persons surrounding
them.

Which group of people do you belong to? How often do you get
angry? How intense is your anger? Does your anger last long?
Could it lead to aggression? Does it affect your health, your
friendship with co-workers, or your family?

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