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2. Understanding Anger


Anger is a neutral feeling that is neither good nor bad; it is the expression of anger that may be sinful. We have a choice in how we will react to anger producing situations and do not have to be a victim of our own emotions. Angry feelings will affect us physically, emotionally and behaviorally. Anger has a positive side in providing energy and motivation to do difficult tasks or in showing us when we need to work on a relationship or on our own attitudes.

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