Why do I get angry so easily?

Postby yessupply » Wed Jun 01, 2022 10:40 am

There are numerous normal triggers for anger, for example, becoming upset, feeling as though your viewpoint or endeavors aren't valued, and treachery. Different reasons for anger incorporate recollections of horrendous or incensing occasions and stressing over privacy issues.
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Postby Leo Volont » Sun Jun 05, 2022 11:30 pm

yessupply wrote:There are numerous normal triggers for anger, for example, becoming upset, feeling as though your viewpoint or endeavors aren't valued, and treachery. Different reasons for anger incorporate recollections of horrendous or incensing occasions and stressing over privacy issues.


Good Morning Yessupply, There is only one trigger for Anger, when considered in terms of our Human Evolution, and that trigger is that our lives are threatened by some kind of aggressive act. For instance, if we are attacked by a wild animal, it is very likely that we will become as physically aroused during that battle for our lives as we ever could have been by feeling that our 'endeavers aren't valued'. You see, the Evolutionary Unit for Humanity is the Group, that is, Survival depends upon one's Group Standing as no Human could ever survive alone in the Jungle. So we response physiologically the same whether we are threatened by physical aggression or confronted by an attack on our Group Status. and look at the word you use: "treachery". Really, people get angry over not being invited to parties, where the most valuable asset they possess is their Social Standing. Yes, try to take the time to read my paper "Anger Management Short Term and Long Term", you know, to get the idea of what we have already been sufficiently lectured upon.
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