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    Anger is “a strong feeling of annoyance, displeasure, or hostility.” There are multiple different causes to why someone may be angry. They could be angry in a bad way or even in a good way. Sometimes when someone gets too angry they may need to seek medical help. I will explain to you the causes, different types of anger, and when someone may need to seek that medical help. People often experience bad anger, the most common kind of anger, however they also can experience good anger. Bad anger…

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    Anger is defined as "a strong feeling of intense displeasure, hostility, or indignation as a result of a real or an imagined threat or insult, frustration, or injustice toward yourself or towards someone who’s very important to you" (Stanley 4). As a matter of fact, everyone gets angry, and it does not matter whether this anger is good or bad but what does really matter is that why people get angry and how they response to such horrible feeling. Thus, In order to know how to deal with anger as a…

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    I.Theoretical part: Anger in literature. 1. Definition: a. According to Arnold Wesker, Anger is an emotion culminated with antagonism and hatred against somebody or something. He believes that it is a healthy way through which one can expresses the negative feelings. b. john Gerard Braine defines anger as a passionate reaction designated by extreme displeasure, wrath, or animosity. Additionally, he considers that this feeling does vary extensively in different individuals and cultures. c. john…

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    Life is full of adversity, and at times it is full of hatred and anger. Everyone has a point in their life when they must decide whether rage and hate should cause them to take revenge or love one’s enemies. In the book Night, Elie Wiesel fights a battle between anger and hate towards his Nazi captors, and in doing this Eli develops the idea that wherever hate is, anger in there also. Night depicts that both hate and anger lead to each other, and everyone must choose to either act upon these…

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    Anger is a useful dramatic emotion used by writers for centuries . It is a psychological process in everybody's nature that should not be ignored . It is also a strong feeling of displeasure ,hostility , resulting from injury ,mistreatment and opposition and usually showing itself in a desire to fight back at the supposed causes of the feeling . Allen translates Aristotle's definition of anger as "…a desire ,commingled with pain , to see someone punished , and which is provoked by an apparent…

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    Anger In Anger 1950

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    |. Anger is highlighted in literature in the period of 1950s. A. Anger is a natural emotion that all human experience. 1. Researchers consider Anger as an process that show how people appraise their world. 2. Anger is effected by the context, the individual and the causes. B. The English theatre system in the 1930s and 1940s caused disturbance for many playwriters. 1. The English theatre’s plays were presented just for the upper class people and the elite. 2. These plays ignored the…

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    discusses how anger, in the right context, benefits people in three points: by using anger to win a negotiation, by using only real anger, and by directing anger at an object/offer and not a person. Starting off, anger produces such a bright inner flame that just may help people win a confrontation. Some people find it easier to win a confrontational negotiation when they anger themselves. (Page 2 Paragraph 4,5) The summarized sentence helps explain that by pumping one’s self with anger might…

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    Many studies have been done to observe what could aid with aid with anger management. Anger is a strong emotion of displeasure aroused. Normally, when someone is angry, their heart rate and blood pressure goes up, as well as, their levels of adrenaline and other energy hormones. It is a state of rage, which may take a person some time to get out of. Anger management are for those who cannot get rid of, or avoid getting to the point of enragement. According to the Cannon-Band Theory of Emotion,…

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    Letting anger take control can be horrible, especially if we don’t try to calm ourselves down or are not even aware of the anger. Not controlling your anger can lead to getting violent, which can end in even more violence. If you get angry, it would be hard to take control of it and you could make mistakes that you would regret later on. In Coping Tips: Unhealthy Ways of Dealing With Conflict, it states, “ When we are not aware of being angry or are aware but don’t express it, anger can then…

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    Qp And Nasir Essay

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    Nasir with a CBT activity geared towards coping with anger. QP explained to Nasir that the activity will examine how he copes with anger and teach him techniques on how to better manger his anger. QP discussed with Nasir what anger is and ways people experience anger. QP asked Nasir to list some things that caused him to get angry. QP asked Nasir to list some of the problems anger has caused him. QP brainstormed with Nasir some consequences of his anger. QP asked Nasir, if he behave in an…

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