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Men’s anger is often fuelled by fear, according to a psychologist.
Anger is a secondary emotion which means there is typically always something else underneath it, like fear, sadness, or jealousy.
By learning to recognise your anger and what is lying behind it, you’ll be able to relate to what you’re feeling a whole lot easier.
In psychology, anger is a secondary emotion. This means there is typically always another emotion underneath it, such as sadness or feeling hurt.
Often, anger is so all encompassing that it’s hard to decipher what it’s being fuelled by. According to Avrum Weiss in a blog post for Psychology Today, anger is “the only emotion that is socially acceptable for men,” so it may be the one they tend to be most comfortable expressing.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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