All of us have our seperate pet peeves and things that set us ticking. What makes you angry?
Nothing makes any off us angry. Anger is an emotion and we allow it sometimes to control us. No one can get into our heads and twiddle little knobs about to conttrol our emotions. We fail to control them, or control them ourselves.
Very true, however, science has proven that certain actions will stimulate anger. This is what I ment by "what makes you angry?" What actions stimulates your anger?
If science has proven it, that damns the theory forevermore.
Child abuse, Government taking too much control, people who think everyone must be like them, and I'm sure if I took the time I could think of more. In most situations I keep all that anger as thoughts. Takes a lot to make me have mean anger.
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