Psychology Today: Why We Get Mad

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In the past, I’ve written that people become angry in fairly predictable circumstances. Specifically, that people become angry when they perceive something as unpleasant, unfair, blameworthy, etc. That’s prompted some questions, though, as to why some people get angry more intensely or more often than others.

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