Is there such a thing? It is natural to feel anger, but it tends to be related to having an assumed entitlement/right violated. When that happens it is typically outside of the person's control, so while anger may be a natural response, what purpose does it serve? It seems like the reasoned course is to make a plan to solve the problem or let it go and conserve energy to face the next problem.
On various online communities that refer to MBTI, there is also at times an assumptions that negative emotions like anger, pessimism, or depression don't count as much as being in the domain of Feeling, which I don't quite understand the reasoning behind. Perhaps social dominance which is sometimes achieved through abrasiveness is assumed to be at the other end of the spectrum from politeness which is associated with Feeling. From my understanding politeness and dominance are more similar because they are both achieving a personally desired social outcome that makes self less vulnerable.
What are your thoughts.