Anger is an emotional response related to one’s psychological interpretation of having been threatened. Often it indicates when one’s basic boundaries are violated. Some have a learned tendency to react to anger through retaliation. Anger may be utilized effectively when utilized to set boundaries or escape from dangerous situations. (Thanks, Wikipedia.)
It’s normal to be angry, just not all the time. If you find yourself being angry a lot of the time, it’s time to talk. Chat with a coach.
Stuff Jeff & Dave talk about:
Is it wrong to be angry? Is it wrong to feel justified in your anger? What are appropriate ways to display anger?
When do you get angry? What if I’m angry all the time?
When anger becomes destructive.
Passive & Aggressive expressions of anger don’t work
Galatians 6 says that if the Spirit of God is in us, we have self-control. Controlling our anger not only shows our character, it is a mark of faith. Here are some relevant articles that we found helpful.
Changing An Angry Spirit (Focus on the Family)
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