From an emotional standpoint, anger is often seen as a villain in our lives. It disrupts harmony, strains relationships, and can even lead to violence.
Emotions are a fundamental part of our human experience. Traditionally, we value positive emotions such as joy, love, and peace and shun the darker emotions like anger, fear, and sadness.
- Society & Culture
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Anger is an emotion that can prove to be challenging to manage, especially within the context of a relationship.
It is normal that, as human beings, we experience feeling anger.
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Anger is a typical and common emotion. It’s a normal and reasonable emotional response in many circumstances.
- Family & Relationship
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