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Anger

Anger

Feeling angry in response to a perceived injustice is understandable, but acting out impulsively could escalate the situation and cause harm to oneself or others

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The importance of acknowledging and accepting our feelings while also recognizing the need to act responsibly and ethically. Let's dive deeper!

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