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    Quote Originally Posted by Alea_iacta_est View Post
    I think 4s would experience a self-destructive and implosive anger, but much more vividly than a 2. They would feel as if the whole world had turned against them because they were defective and would either take the path of condemning one's self (the contradiction of their nature) or attempting to dispel others away from themselves so that they can't be emotionally harmed.
    I'm a 4, and this is actually somewhat true. I mean, I can get angry for a variety of reasons, but I know the phenomenon of which you speak. It's like when someone says to me, "You need to be more __________." And I'll be stuck between hating myself for not measuring up to society's standards, or else fly into a rage, "WHO THE HELL ARE YOU TO TELL ME WHAT I NEED TO BE MORE OF? GOD???"...storm out of the room.

    I think 8s would be an explosive anger, but infinitely more intense than a 1. An eight would contradict their nature of guarding themselves emotionally by opening up and letting their built-up of anger fly out of them, this is the type that would break a table in half in front of a crowd of people because someone said something that deeply hurt them.
    The hurt doesn't feel like hurt, though. It feels like rage. It's often directed against the perpetrator themself, rather than just breaking a random object in half. Definitely explosive, more immediate than a 1, more easily gotten over as well.

    I have no idea what 9 anger is like, if you know, do tell. (Do 9s even get angry?)
    I have two 9-parents, and with them it's more like the outward rage of the 8 combined with the pent-up self-righteous fury of the 1. I've seldom seen it, but when they get mad, they get MAD. Scare the shit out of me--not least of which because I never see it coming. Small things tend to set off a backlog of rage.

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    8w7s are protected by the RAGEFIELD (similar to a forcefield)
    8w9's are protected by their own obliviousness, up until they retard strength their offenders into submission.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    I do find that I can - nowadays - ...parse and harness my anger and forge it as a weapon. Is that the 4 sx-so thing perhaps? Does anyone else relate?.
    I'm closer to @Domino--the rage is just there. For me, it's more about learning to focus the rage, but yes, I'm still learning to do just what you say. DON'T storm out. DON'T throw a tantrum. Use it as a weapon. With this power I can dismantle the status quo!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by autumnandtherain View Post
    That makes sense. Were you thinking my anger sounds like a 1's?
    It sounded most like 1, could possibly be 9 though. Definitely not 8.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alea_iacta_est View Post
    I think 2s would experience a self-destructive and implosive anger, they would feel emotionally betrayed and fragile and would become guarded to contradict their giving and open nature.
    2s self destruct, but it's not how you think



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    Quote Originally Posted by Kasper View Post
    It sounded most like 1, could possibly be 9 though. Definitely not 8.
    Oh, I wasn't thinking 8. I was thinking more 4. It could be 1, but in other ways I think I'm a lot more 4 than 1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by autumnandtherain View Post
    Oh, I wasn't thinking 8. I was thinking more 4. It could be 1, but in other ways I think I'm a lot more 4 than 1.
    I was only looking at the anger point, a persons relationship with anger says more about their anger point then head-heart point IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haven View Post
    9s are like The Hulk when it comes to anger
    Make that 9w8s

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