Why do people burst in anger sometimes?

Philippines
October 7, 2010 9:49pm CST
It really bugs me a lot. I need help for this matter. I really don't understand people sometimes, because they easily get angry even the person he was talking calmly talking to him. What is your opinion on this matter?
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• Philippines
8 Oct 10
There are lots of reasons behind this things. One is that maybe the person has something against the other person. Maybe they past misunderstandings and that is why when they happen to talked again he remember it. Another reason could be the other person say something that is not pleasing to listen to. Even if he is talking so calm but he didnt know that he had insulted the other party which triggers the other person to get mad.
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@kodukodu84 (1576)
• Malaysia
8 Oct 10
In my opinion, some people become like that when they have so much stress with their personal problem, or maybe they were jut not in a mood. Though this is not a good behaviour to bring with us wherever we go, but some just can't control themselves. It's best not to act with the same amount of anger back to these people because it will makes the situation more complicated and of course make the angry person to get angrier. I don't really deal with these kind of people, I stay away from them. If they burst in anger and not calming down, then they have a problem with themselves. Not in a mood, having bad problems, or that is just their normal behaviour...no, I only make friend and talk to people who know how to control themselves in many situations.
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@takie23 (142)
8 Oct 10
I think 'anger' is one of our many human natures. Each individual have different level of it. Those who burst out in anger easily might be stressed and bottled up many things in his/her mind for so long, and no longer want to hold back. I personally think anger on it's own is bad and cause more damage than good in any relationship it is taking action, but at the same time, it gives us chance to look deeply into the person's mind and see how much he/she bare or been dealing with. If the person getting angry is someone you love or care about, be VERY patient and understanding. The anger will soon go and leave you with the very clue of how the person has been suffer. Be loving and kind. Even when you don't feel like it, just be still and quiet for a while. Do not add to the matter and make it worse for any party. If you don't even know the person, just let it go and pay it no mind. Don't give in to the temptation of talking back or getting even. There's no use of getting back to the person. It is just a waste of time and energy.
@prinzcy (5058)
• Malaysia
8 Oct 10
Some people tend to bottle up emotions. When they reach their limit, it will burst and that's how someone could just burst with anger. It's not easy to talk calmly when that happen. They need to let that all out to feel better. So when I feel that I reach my limit, I tend to avoid people. That way I won't let it go on innocent bystanders.