Anger and Hostility

Sometimes we confuse these two concepts a lot: anger and anger. In some situations we are faced with, do we get angry with the situation or people, or do we feel anger or do we get angry because we are angry? When we experience an undesirable event, we sometimes show our anger at that moment, sometimes after the event has ended, and sometimes we suppress this emotion so much that we may not remember it for the rest of our lives. In fact, people get angry with other people because they are angry with themselves, but sometimes they may not even realize this situation because they are afraid or hesitant to face this situation. In such cases, we come across three types of attitudes; the first are those who are constantly trying to win the approval and love of those around them; secondly, those who confront everyone in the world and feel endless anger; the last one is those who always put obstacles between themselves and people and are afraid of establishing close relationships. The source of these three attitudes is the feelings of fear and anger.

When people are constantly trying to win the love of those around them and cannot get the love they want, people begin to feel anger because while they are showing this love, people become angry that they have given too much of themselves, actually at some point, this anger is against themselves. The source of this anger is mostly based on childhood experiences in people who have an endless anger towards their environment. In fact, the fact that they carried the problem, problem or emotion that they could not solve at that time to their adulthood is the source of this anger and anger. Sometimes, out of fear of being harmed, people distance themselves from other people and run away from people in a place.

If people do not manage their anger well, this situation may turn into hostility in the future. The discharge of anger does not prevent the formation of hostile feelings. The important thing here is not that people do not experience their anger, but that they do not turn this feeling into behaviors that society will not approve of.

If you think that you are experiencing such situations, you should ask yourself the question whether I am showing anger at the events or do I show anger at people as a reflection of the hostility towards an underlying person, and you should face the things you notice in yourself.

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