Anger is one of the most intense emotional states a person can feel. Everyone experiences anger differently. Some people describe it as a white-hot rage while others express the emotion more calmly. While it is normal and healthy to feel anger, some disorders cause more frequent or more dangerous reactions. Anger also has many physical and mental effects.
Generally, psychologists recognize three types of anger.
Most psychologists prefer to differentiate between anger and aggression. While one can cause the other, neither is necessary for the other to occur.
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