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Whatever do you do after hearing your anger out. Well that's for you rational mind to decide. That's where mindfulness can kick in.

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Mark Antony August 30, 2009 at 6:06 pm

Anger is quite a primal behaviour of humans, considering more often than not assertiveness would be an adequate communicative response. Instinctual anger can be seen as unaidful in most social situations by the socially more developed, being aware that threats to survival are rarely presented in general modern day life.

I have come to understand anger exhibited in non danger situations in terms of human ethology, it’s an emotional expression that is also offensive as well as defensive, being a confrontational dominating or defying behaviour towards others promoting risk of opposing aggression, injury and mortality.

The benefits of this instinctual drive of exhibiting anger is used in a self prospering dominating and usurping way to achieve higher social ranking even leadership or for keeping the individuals socially perceived hierarchal position intact when they believe this is threatened in someway.

This being an innate imperative to help secure future genetic dominance and effectual offspring rearing having probably also gained higher proportions of available resources.

Melissa Karnaze August 30, 2009 at 9:04 pm

Mark, thanks for sharing your reflection.

Anger is quite a primal behaviour of humans, considering more often than not assertiveness would be an adequate communicative response.

Very fine point about assertiveness often being an adequate behavioral response to feelings of anger.

The article discusses anger as a signal, not angry behavior as a response to initial feelings of anger. The behavioral response one chooses after acknowledging, expressing, and listening to their feelings of anger, will depend on each situation.

Instinctual anger can be seen as unaidful in most social situations by the socially more developed, being aware that threats to survival are rarely presented in general modern day life.

It’s tempting to assume anger is unaidful because it’s usually not contingent upon the life-or-death situations for which it is biologically primed. However, it’s more rewarding and constructive to view anger simply as a defense signal.

Anger is useful because it conveys personal valence about a given situation. Part of being more socially developed is being receptive to such signals at finer and finer levels of distinction, so that you can make more meaning of social events and so that you can be more self-aware, and especially more cognizant of your assumptive networks.

Additionally, being in touch with your anger can increase your resourcefulness, as working with anger constructively provides you more resources than you would have if you ignored or suppressed your feelings.

Odin Xenobuilder August 31, 2009 at 9:45 am

I feel anger so infrequently I often cannot remember it’s last occurrence. I have noticed that it’s most often when I am mentally drained or in-between sleep and wake. I sometimes wonder how much of my lack of experience of anger is due to innate traits and how much could be due to some kind of automatic diffusion when I am alert enough to see through it. The thing I find I need to be careful of is making sure I externalize it when it should be because the alarm can quickly fade away. Then an opportunity is lost.

Melissa Karnaze August 31, 2009 at 8:45 pm

The thing I find I need to be careful of is making sure I externalize it when it should be because the alarm can quickly fade away. Then an opportunity is lost.

Exactly Odin. When the signal is “lost” it’s very tricky to get back to what it was originally meant to inform you of. But anger can’t be suppressed very successfully in the long-term without leading to negative mental, emotional, or health side-effects.

I’ve found myself less easily angered by things when the following occurs:

    1) I have a clearer understanding of my expectations for others and myself
    2) I have healthier personal boundaries set in place
    3) I have healthy agreements set in place with myself and with others whom I’m close to
    4) I understand another person’s psychology more in-depth, and can thus give them “the benefit of the doubt” more often, and for more founded reasons, rather than from just grace
    5) I’ve already processed anger in regards to a similar issue, and can better understand what is happening and why it’s upsetting me

But if I’m less easily angered because of some other reason that’s not at all related to the above… then it’s usually a sign that I’m just more isolated from others (interpersonal friction is what triggers most anger), or I’m in some way suppressing my anger.

It’s a lifelong process, being mindful of your feelings of anger, but it is well worth it, and practical if you want to increase your effectiveness and resourcefulness in life.

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