Thursday, December 27, 2012

Anger at its best

I'd always believed that getting angry is not a good way to express discontent. While I still believe anger is not the right way, but I think what people say to you when they are angry reveals two things:
1. Who they are?
2. What kind of a person they think you are?
It's very easy to restrain your words and thoughts when you are all happy, but it's only when you are angry that your real sense and thoughts get revealed. What people tell you when they are angry at you at times gives you a food for thought. So, next time somebody gets angry at you, do think objectively about what they said and how they said; you might get wonderful insights into yourselves and them :)

P.S. Yes, it might result into you analyzing the situation and forgetting to respond in an angry way #Added incentive it is ;-)

4 comments:

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KK said...

Great summary, because most people's approach to anger is to simply respond with more anger :-)

On our part, whenever we are angry in front of another person, it is either very bad for that person or it is part of their agenda. So yes, anger should be avoided in all situations.

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