Anger takes many forms

Now that we’ve considered the benefits of anger (its “good-ness”), it would behoove us to reflect on the types of anger (or the different ways anger is expressed) so that we can identify it in all its shapes and sizes.  Anger can take so many forms that we don’t always recognize it at times, whether it’s our anger or someone else’s.  At times, we can even get the sense that “something just isn’t quite right” but we can’t always put our finger on just what is causing us discomfort.

It can be helpful to distinguish between two types of anger: the anger that is typically more observable and obvious, and the anger that is typically more covert and harder to identify. Continue reading