We all get angry. Anger happens. We all have stimuli generates a flash point. Although we can’t help feeling angry, we can choose how we respond to the stimuli that caused our anger. We can lash out and later regret what we said and/or did. Or, we can choose not to respond until we can clearly understand what happened. At that point, we can choose how to respond or not respond. Not much good comes from lashing out.
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