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Why Am I So Angry?

Anger can be a force for good, but chronic, intense anger is neither helpful nor healthy. At one time or another, everyone feels anger bubbling up. There's nothing wrong with that. Anger is common. It's a normal response when you sense a threat or a social or professional slight.

So, when the new guy at work gets promoted and you don't, or when your spouse “pushes your buttons," it’s OK to feel hot under the collar. Some people have trouble turning it off or dealing with it the right way, though....

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Published By: WebMD - Thursday, 4 September, 2014

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