I think Jean would agree that I have a pretty good handle on my anger.
Okay, she'd probably rat me out for being “hangry” from time to time. But, c'mon, doesn't everybody get a little grumpy when they haven't eaten? The important thing is that I recognize what I'm really angry about. I'm not upset with Jean, I'm cranky because I want food.
That distinction may sound like semantics, but it's actually key to resolving some of what ticks us off.
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