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    On Oct 21, 2015 Aruna wrote:

     I  feel being angry and hurling vituperative epithets gives momentary relief giving us a false feel of putting others in place by our decibel power. But over a period of time, we realise being composed is more important than being caustically correct. I at times withdraw into a shell of silence when there are angry vibes all around, and at other times I isolate myself from that negative mood by not being a part of it. Angry thinking or demonstration of bouts of anger only empowers others, I tell myself.  So my way of anger control mechanism is to let others vent out their negative emotion and tell them how wrong they are at a later stage when the  anger cools down. 


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