Anger & Frustration

Most research done on anger has concluded that it is a universal emotion. It is common to all of us in one form or another from time to time. We all have bouts of frustrations, annoyances, and emotional explosions or outbursts which can result in enough loss of control to be defined as anger.

Anger also can’t be, or shouldn’t be definitively characterized as good or bad. It is merely a natural emotion. Anger comes in many forms, however, and according to experts, there is no finite list of anger types.

However, there are several types of anger that are more prevalent and commonplace. Those types are outlined below. It should be noted that anger is not normally premeditated, nor is it absolutely indicative of a deeper, more serious mental disorder. Continue reading

Just like all other emotions, anger is a feeling that all of us feel from time to time. It is a universal human phenomenon and is as basic as feeling tired, hungry, or lonely. Anger can even be a good emotion to release pain, make you feel safe, and it is a good motivator.

There are many reasons why we feel angry and in a lot of instances, anger is sometimes only the outward, direct emotion for issues that are much deeper and complex. Just feeling angry doesn’t mean there’s something wrong with you. Anger is a perfectly healthy emotion that needs to be acknowledged in order to be processed.

Some people confuse anger with aggression. But these two are completely different things. Aggression is a behavior, also known as aggressive behavior. Continue reading