'Misconceptions About Anger'
“Divya, you have given a lot of thought and truly expressed the opinions you have. For this I give humble thanks as I search for true feeling, as well authenticity. (All numbered quotes are Divya Pup’s)
(1). "...temporary but brilliant way to fight depression."
In this I don't concur. I am from psychology and a human service history. Anger raises and can cause very high of a blood pressure. I totally am aware that different ways in coping are manifest. Each does best as he or she visualizes it, Unless other far more beneficial ways of handling anger can be embraced, one needs to do what they have incorporated.
(2) "...we can avoid depression all together and the anger will subside in a while..."
Again it is typologies for it does seem to work currently for you now. You apparently have not experienced clinical depression. I gave single counseling as well group functions. Many of these clients had anger, as well the depression. Anger can help propel a being, but it is not the healthy way. Nor is it a way of Buddha, who was extremely intelligent as well, had great insight.
It also does absolutely not go with modern cognitive thought process. If one is angry they can be fooled an external trigger may be a cause. It’s an attack on one's ego plus a perceived attack of one's self image as well esteem. Either this or fear has been triggered.
(3) "...right to be angry..."
Everyone needs vent their turmoil, hopefully in a good fashion. Have the anger. Say approitiately 'I am angry, sad, have anxiety, and so on. Trick must be to not act on the emotions. They fool us; the real culprit lies down within us.
(4) "But express it non-violently is quite healthy in my opinion."
I explained that it will come to have heart attack or a stroke.” LightSun