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The common response, to unjust treatment, are exaggerated depictions of anger have also found ways of negatively stereotyping some ethnic minority and majority groups together. An individual may chose to avoid discrimination in order to avoid exhibiting behavior stereotype. The options such individuals face, are to suppress their anger, direct it inward, redirect in creative ways, or express it overtly in appropriate ways. Suppressing anger inward towards self leads to self-destruction. Suppressing anger uses a lot of psychic energy and is not long-term solution.
Redirecting anger in creative ways requires sufficient skill as well as minimal level of emotional, tangible, and psychological resources. When people become frustrated with no-win situations, they are re-enforcing negative situation. Individuals in this situation are damned if they do and damned if they don’t, the essence of a double bind.

Beacon Press 2003.

Writing a Journal is a positive way to handle a negative situation. Painting is a Solution. Water is a Function, land is a depiction and you helped me find you. A much better way of understanding holding up the suppression of voices not wanting the constant war games, that’s a short-term goal. The long-term effort is not winning a game, if all sides are adjacent and not backwards then the previous history of management. KGK1020
This is a more positive way to deal with an emotional situation we thank you for your efforts. Coming to a conclusion about your own meta-awareness is left upon your own mind until we recon with what created the fiasco in the first measure of it all.

Pardon me sir, but do you have the time of the accounts in question and the proper way to handle the best of civility vs common associantion?

Tus muy lindas agaus nos daras, lloviendo...Para aueste ofico?
by KWlf88<*}}}}}> January 19, 2010
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1.
It begins as a feeling of slight frustration. Maybe you'll growl or let out a few careless "fucks". Can be caused by slight things, like spilling your drink on your clothes. It's more of an annoyance scratching the inside of your skull, not anger.

The next level can be characterized with more magnitude than the first "stage" I described. You'll curse and put on a hostile facial expression. People may begin to notice.

The third stage is a more intense, and unrestained version of phase two. You'll clench your fists and yell. Adrenaline often will begin pumping, depending on your situation.

The last stage is what people refer to as rage. You lose control of yourself. Anything that comes in your way will often become a victim of a punch. In this stage, the conscious mind does not exist and cannot stop you from making choices, eg fighting. The most amazing feeling about this is the unrelenting strength that you receive from the pumping adrenaline.

Anger is truly an amazing and destructive emotion, it brings us closer to our true primal roots.
Your anger is a gift
by Nauticus October 28, 2006
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2.
Stems from fear, leads to hate.

The desire to punhish other sentient beings who you consider to be harming your position.
I am going to overthrow my government as they wish for me to willingly starve to death and allow my friends and family to be executed.
by waffle November 12, 2003
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3.
A strong feeling of displeasure and/or hostility usually caused by someone or something that offends, threatens, or hurts you in some way. It can be good or bad depending on what you do with it and whether or not your grievance is real or imagined.

Anger is an active and passive emotion. When "active" an angry person can "lash out" verbally or physically at an intended target whether justified or not. When "passive" anger is often demonstrated in silence, sulking, passive-aggressive behavior (hostility) and tension.
Bitterness is like cancer. It eats upon the host. But anger is like fire. It burns it all clean.
by OneBadAsp November 03, 2006
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4.
Noun (usually military term): an officially recognized state of hostility or war between two or more belligerents; often expressed as the phrase "in anger", now commonly used to describe any state of conflict between opposing parties.
As of the current date, the United States remains the only nation ever to have used atomic weapons in anger, against the Japanese Empire in August 1945, in order to bring an end to Japanese resistance during World War II.
by speedog July 21, 2010
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5.
the result of fear
When your child does something that you know they will get hurt from doing it. You lash out in anger and yell at them yet in the back of your mind all you can think about is the fear that they will get hurt.
by eAk99 November 07, 2010
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6.
1. A pronoun refering to anything that makes you angry.
2. A person which is not on your good side at the moment.
1. Goverment oppression is the ultimate anger; I hate school!
2. I think my brother loves being the anger.
by Spacecoyote17 October 29, 2005
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7.
The feeling you get when your girlfriend breaks up with you for another guy, then blows you off, breaks up with the boyfriend and still blows you off
Ex:
Guy to 'X': Hey, hows it going
Girl: Hey (while walking away)

guys feelings: anger
by Hirsh November 09, 2006
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