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Have you ever met someone who had anger and rage problems?

Asked by RedDeerGuy1 (13218points) February 16th, 2018

Including you. Would you tell us more about it?

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imrainmaker's avatar

I had first hand experience with one of our customers which I had to deal with for quite some time. He used to get pissed for simple mistakes or someone is not following his instructions. As per me we all have that rage as a youngster which I had too but I’m much calmer person now!!))

SergeantQueen's avatar

My dad. and no not publicly.

filmfann's avatar

My daughter in law has a hair trigger on her anger towards he husband and son. She has been diagnosed as bipolar.

notwonderwoman's avatar

Lots of people on-line.

MrGrimm888's avatar

I’ve never met Trump…

anniereborn's avatar

My father. He was an alcoholic. Sometimes his anger became very severe. Sometimes it was just yelling. Once in awhile it got more physical.

stanleybmanly's avatar

Are you kidding? They’re everywhere.

ragingloli's avatar

“There is nothing about this whole scenario that doesn’t make me so disgusted I want to violently vomit out my own internal organs. I despise you both so intensely that I can’t tell if my vision is blurry from my near-death experience or from my unforgiving rage. If allowed, once I am back to full health, I will gut you with an honest-to-god smile on my face…and then proceed to paint the home I build with your bodies with your very blood.”
– Bardock, when he first met the Proto-Saiyans.

Kardamom's avatar

Yes, 2 different men, at 2 completely different jobs I worked at.

Dutchess_III's avatar

Of course. They just angry, unhappy people responding to situation the way they were taught to respond.

ARE_you_kidding_me's avatar

Another scenario I have seen excessive anger in people is in the first stages of alzheimers and dementia.

Slow people in the fast lane tend to make me angry personally.

Mariah's avatar

My roommate in college, we were best friends but he had anger problems that mostly came out when he lost at video games. It eventually brought about the end of our friendship.

Dutchess_III's avatar

For some people there are only 2 emotions: Angry and Not Angry. It’s like they don’t have a program for sad or mildly frustrated. Their go-to emotion for any kind of frustration or set back is rage.

imrainmaker's avatar

^Do you know someone like that?

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