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Expressing Your Anger ( communicate in a way that allows the other to see that one is angry ... )

"Expressing Your Anger"

Expressing one's anger is showing that one is angry.

Example: "I would like to express my anger about what happened last night."

One can either hold anger in or let it out by "expressing one's anger."

Example: "It is important to express one's anger, not to hold it in."

You show other people that you are angry when you express your anger.

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