Everyone has likely felt anger at one time or another. While particular persons get mad more often than others and have regular, intense blowups, others tend to bottle their feelings and then blow up or flare up without warning.
Anger is a basic human emotion and a natural reaction to situations beyond our control. There are a lot of things that might set off or contribute to anger, like the actions of another person, an event, stress, expectations not being met, feeling hurt, contempt, humiliation, embarrassment, jealousy and grief.
Depending on how it's dealt with and expressed, anger might be positive or detrimental.
It has positive effects if mad feelings help you address an issue or subject with yourself or a different person and correct the situation.
Handling anger positively enables you to put detrimental emotions into perspective. If you want to let off steam, feel frustrated or stressed, there are constructive methods to channel your anger like listening to music or going to gym. These are frequently used in treating anger disorders.
However, expressing anger in a negative way frequently leads to assorted unhealthful behaviors like violence and aggression. You may get out of control and threatening to others.
If anger interferes with your power to think or act clearly, this might cause you to get unnecessary trouble.
If anger cramps your relationships with friends and loved ones, leads to violence, makes trouble in your business life, or persons fear your temper, you may be suffering from anger disorders and addressing anger becomes crucial.