what PROVOKES you to GET ANGRY?

@nengs10 (3188)
Philippines
April 23, 2007 4:17am CST
What are the things that make you feel angry or disturbed? Why is it so?
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4 responses
@indiavani (865)
• India
23 Apr 07
Hello! I really can't point out any single thing that makes me feel angry or disturbed because there are many such things happening in life. But yes, there are few general things that make me angry like COMPARISION. Yes, I don't like comparision because am happy the way I am and I can't be someone else. Then, other thing that makes me angry or disturbed is INTERFERENCE OF OUTSIDERS. I really don't like any outsider interfering in my personal matters. I also get angry when some people ask me my mobile number without knowing me.
• Philippines
23 Apr 07
I don't usually feel angry towards another. It would take so much for me to entertain such thought or feeling. I hate putting myself under a lot of stress. If I ever get angry, it would only mean that the situation or the person has been abusive of my patience.
• Indonesia
23 Apr 07
thing that provoke me to be angry if some one try to under estimate my religion.
@nidahali (446)
• Pakistan
23 Apr 07
Many things provoke me to get angry. Can't actually point any one of them out. Like for instance, people behaving in a very rude manner, talking rubbish about my family and friends, being a jerk, being blamed for something I didn't do or I tried ti do better etc etc..... I am a person with a short temper still I try my best to hold myself and don't erupt. It's one of those rare moments that I can't help myself and just explode. I feel no shame or regret doing it because I know it must have been something bad that I couldn't control myself. Releasing one's angry is the best thing, I know I sound stupid and arrogant but it's true and scientifically proven. If a person suppresses his/her angry inside for a long time then that person can become a victim of high bloodpressure and weak heart and also many other diseases. So in short, let out your angry as and when required. It's good for you and for others. Cheers!