PL's response to F.J.'s AWM article recommendation:

Just a little food for thought, F.J. -
In any given moment, an event or action by another can make us feel appropriate anger. That kind of anger tends to dissipate when one takes appropriate action expressing the anger. What makes one identify oneself as an angry person, however, of any kind, is an internal dissatisfaction with oneself, not an external provocation from another.

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