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All It Takes Is A Grimace


Oh! How that works for all of us regardless of sex, race, place of origin. It’s one of many things we all have in common, but erupts in many different ways. Everything is so subtle, up until the point of … Continue reading

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I Look Down While Satan Looks Up


It doesn’t take much. I’m ashamed of it and it bothers me to the core of my being. It is with great pains that I inhabit this flaw, that I call ANGER! It is one of many flaws that takes … Continue reading

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Forcibly Tormented


We all have different temperaments and the triggers that ensue. More often than not, road rage is a common factor to our anger. None of us can escape it. We may control it temporarily, but it’s the inevitable truth that we … Continue reading

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You Wont Like Me, When I’m Angry


I really despise getting angry. It’s a destructive force, that takes me to where I really do not want to go. I feel like, if it’s a correlated effort by those I despise, to get me to the point of … Continue reading

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The Best Intentions Are Out The Window, Literally…


I always leave my apartment, with the best intentions. I’m going to follow the speed limit, stop at every light, even occasionally let a driver cut-in, because it’s only fair, his exit is coming up. He used his turn signal, … Continue reading

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Tensions at a glance..


At that very moment, at that split second…anger is the most difficult, if not uncontrollable force, we can ever experience. It is the only emotion, that turns inside out, happiness to aggression…other than death or the fear of death, anger … Continue reading

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Misplaced Aggression or Righteous Anger


Oh boy! This is a great topic, for those of us, who have been in both situations, but have the difficulty of differentiating the two. It can not be half and half, it’s one or the other. The more we … Continue reading

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