1) What makes you angry?
Being told what to do; Being ordered around; Get thrown around by mischievers, with intent to destroy rather than build bridges and grow trees; Insufficient grammar, particularly my own; Debates that spins off to personal accusations; My own immaturity; My own lack of knowledge; Absence of interest for the whole picture; Improbable* death; Narrow-mindedness, especially my own; War**; A wish to undermine potential in others; Hitting my toe into a doorsill; Playing chess against a bad winner; Certain sexual behavior that isn't welcomed by one of the objects; Fear of intelligence; To hear but not to listen; To see but not to react; If someone points a gun*** towards me or anyone else; If I feel physically threatened.
Disrespect comes in many colours and shades, also lies within shadows and waiting for the opportunity to rise. Prejudice can be a life-saver, even arrogance can save the world. They all make me equally mad when situations allow.
**Even though short wars actually boost capitalism and I generally understand that fire creates life, albeit a different sort than originally seen.
***Or any weapon.
2) Do you get angry often?
I'm not sure. I really do have a horrible memory.
3) How do you deal with the problem?
I don't show it and I tend to internalize the conflict until I'm sure I know what I get myself into. Which means that I shy away until I can discuss the matter fully; Of course I explain to whomever that I won't speak in the matter until I am ready to do so.
If someone is screaming at me or just heighten their tone of voice, it tends to break out into a full manner of accusations and display of verbal disrespect.
Afterwards I adress the issue, listen to the other mind's view, speak my own mind and then try to find a solution, often resulting in compromises.
Whenever I do speak of the problem, I feel more or less stone cold inside*. Logic and reasoning has always been the best way to go about when discerning what has happened and what to do about it.
*With a little flare made out of thousands and thousands of colours.
4) How quick are you to resolve this emotion?
Depends on why, how, when and where, but I guess I could say 15 min to 24 hours. Just to be sure.
5) Does your family and friends, usually, act with surprise at the reason of your anger?
Not my family, they are very accustomed to the few outbreaks I get.
My friends on the other hand close to never witness a burst of negative emotions from my side. The odd times that I do turn 180 degrees is when someone has played with a needle close to me and playfully pressed it against my skin. I still seem to be her worst nightmares. :'/