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If your intensity rating was between 1 and 3, I call that irritability. If your rating was between 4 and 6, I call that anger. And, if you rated yourself between 7 and 10, I call that rage. Rage is always a problem. When two or more people admit to being angry, obviously they aren’t talking about having the exact same emotional experience. Anger is just a word — a fairly meaningless concept — until you break it down into something that can be quantified. Here’s where things get interesting. The final step in evaluating whether you have a problem with anger is to combine your anger scores in a way that generates six possible subcategories of anger.
You know that all these behaviors raise your odds of becoming HIV-infected and possibly dying of AIDS (not to mention contracting other sexually transmitted diseases [STDs]). High-risk sex, it turns out, is often accompanied by anger. When women, for example, are presented with an opportunity for unsafe sex — and they are not angry at the time — they typically abstain or take reasonable precautions such as using a condom. They weigh the consequences and act accordingly. But if they are mad — for example, at a parent who has forbidden them to continue a relationship with their boyfriend — all that reason flies out the window.
If you have what’s called retarded depression, you’ll retreat into a world of angry silence. Either way, anger is a big part of your sickness. Do you communicate poorly? Do you have a hard time saying what’s on your mind, but have no trouble whatsoever lashing out emotionally? ” when what you really should be saying is, “I’m about to lose my job, I’m scared to death about our future, and I don’t know where to turn”? Anger communicates all right, but not too effectively. 27 28 Part I: The Basics of Anger Do you lack problem-solving skills?