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    Quote Originally Posted by Evastover View Post
    I knew someone was gonna mention the Hulk XD
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    Quote Originally Posted by BadOctopus View Post
    I would say my style of anger is "avoidant". I become very quiet and withdrawn and, as my brother puts it, "scary-calm", until I can push it out of my mind. Unfortunately, this means I internalize all my anger, which I realize is unhealthy. But I don't know how to let it out. I've always regarded outward manifestations of anger as a loss of control.
    nice, "scary-calm"... INTJness in action!!! I won't mistype you approved INTJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by Researcher View Post
    nice, "scary-calm"... INTJness in action!!! I won't mistype you approved INTJ
    I'm glad you approve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BadOctopus View Post
    I'm glad you approve.
    you may smile now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Researcher View Post
    you may smile now
    Eh, maybe later.

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    I think I mix up anger and irritation a lot. I never feel like I'm angry, I'm usually just really irritated, and then someone would tell me I seem angry so I get confused cos I didn't think I was. But yeah I just feel extremely irritated when I'm angry, so I tend to find something to do/think about to counter the irritant and keep the anger bottled up I guess. Only when I'm in a situation where the irritant doesn't leave do I externalise my anger, mostly just with really harsh words and rudeness, I often know what pisses people off and what they don't want to hear so that's the time that I'll say mean stuff like that.

    This only happens with my family majority of the time though, can't escape from them, except for the times I've run out of the house of course :p
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    It depends. I'm pretty avoidant. I also do not like being angry.

    However, on very rare occasion in situations I cannot avoid or extract myself from, if I've been frustrated for a long time, I can do a lot of "burst damage" where I just dump everything in the space of 10-15 seconds and you get it all raw. In person, it could be an entire screamed rant in about ten seconds time; and then I just crash / implode.

    If it's less of a burst and more controlled, I basically just go for "kill moves" on the target; i know exactly where to stick the knife, the awareness of what would hurt the most has likely been building a long time. I can become also very sarcastic. I can also feel obsessive until I get it out of my system.

    But normally I just pull back when I'm angry and find a way to defuse / focus on something else.
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    I make people cry.

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    If I'm being honest with myself, I know that I have a temper problem - hell, anyone who knows me well knows that I do. I feel a visceral, physical reaction to my anger. I'm an aggressive fuck and am vicious in my attack (recalling a lot of not-proud moments, nothing is off-limits, and I'm going for the jugular). And, I become even more stubborn. I've damaged property before, but have learned to control that for a long time now. My mother notes that she can literally see the anger in me, like a rabid animal. My face and ears turn red, I feel boiling hot all over, especially my head, my breathing gets heavier, and shit's about to hit the fan. Before, I used to let it fuel me, because that energy was screaming for an outlet, like a volcano, but I've learned to walk away. Rage. Not just anger, it's rage. It's pretty fucked up, the lack of control I feel in those moments. Thankfully, except for with my father, with most people and situations, it takes a while to get to that point, because most times I don't care enough to be that invested and it dissipates at the frustration/irritation level, it doesn't escalate further. I think my anger is so intense (rage), when it happens, because I know that this is not a rational choice, and I've lost control. It's like I'm two-fold angry. Angry at the situation, and angry because I am so angry, something got me to such a point of anger, and I can't control it.

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    I don't like the amount of energy being angry consumes. However, I'm an 8 and I can get to the fuck shit up level of angry in rare instances. It depends on the reason. I don't try to really bottle it up to where it explodes like Krakatoa, I try to address things before they get to that level.
    I like to rock n' roll all night and *part* of every day. I usually have errands... I can only rock from like 1-3.
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    first try and avoid whatever's irking me... why bother expending the energy on anger when it could possibly be avoided?

    if this isn't possible keep on working on whatever I'm working on with an apparent force field of evil surrounding me... those with any common sense just go away and let me do my thing in peace. I can glare awesomely and this is usually one of the things that I'm noted for. this is because I'm frequently surrounded by idiots

    occasionally, but not frequently, if the annoyance still does not abate anger is required... in this case someone gets informed that they're an idiot and they receive details as to how they could do things better and how stupid they are/are being. they are informed of this in a quick burst with many hand gestures. this is generally followed by a pivot and walking off to somewhere else far away. people don't tend to challenge the retreat and can't get a word in edgewise to what's being said.

    those on the receiving end of actual anger usually try hard to avoid it in the future... it appears to be an effective tool, though rather tiring and annoyingly dramatic
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