Anger can be shown in several different ways and to differing degrees of intensity:
This type of anger is directed internally and can include dark and depressing thoughts and negative self-talk
This involves expressing your anger verbally or physically toward other people and things.
Also known as passive-aggressive behavior, this can include actions like being sarcastic or degrading toward others, giving others the silent treatment, and sulking.
While some amount of anger is normal and healthy, it can be dangerous to develop issues with managing anger.
Anger frequently rises in the heat of the moment. It is easy to say or do the first thing that comes to mind.