Saturday, September 18, 2010

Writing Research - Anger (3)

This week's emotion is Anger. How would you describe the internal/physical response to anger? How does your stomach, head, etc feel when you are angry? Does your body shake or do you grow still? Or what have you noticed in others? Best Blogger Tips


  1. I have found, at least in myself, that I get this sort of burning, uncomfortable feeling in my chest, which prompts me to want to make swift, jerky motions (preferably ones that produce a loud noise of some kind). I also have an almost numb feeling in my cheeks and jaw.

    One person I know, if she's angry or frustrated, tends to get really hot. She'll turn on the air conditioning or take off layers, and if she can't somehow change the temperature, her emotions only get worse.

    I don't know if any of that is what you were looking for, but I thought I'd throw in my two cents worth.

  2. Thank you for sharing such an useful article.

    Me too. I find I too have uncomfortable feelings in my chest and throat that caused me to raise my voice to certain extent, which I noramlly regretted for not be able to stay cool.

    Now I committed myself not to repeat the same mistake again.


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