Anger usually makes me act first and not think. Then I am forced to take the punishments of losing my head.
It blocks reasoning and logic and then makes you listen and act based on your feeling
I have learned overtime that responding in anger is no way in handling any situation, be it grave or only a minor bump in the road. Angry responses only tend to make matters worse and the best way to resolve a problem is to remain calm and use your brain in thinking a matter through. A logical response often comes in a little while, yet better than if done immediately.
I am slow to anger and very reserved in showing those kinds of emotions - but once I get angry I tend to act on it and regret it later.
Yesterday I got angry at work (rightfully so) and walked out on my job. Was it wise in this economy? Likely not. So yes, anger has affected my decision making.
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