Anger is characterised by an intense feeling of displeasure, ranging from frustration to rage. It includes a physiological response like increased heart rate and muscle tension, thoughts such as blame or revenge, and predictable behaviour, such as the desire to lash out.
Many people don't act out how they feel. They might want to yell or scream, but instead, they might pout, cry, or breathe deeply.
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