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Anger is a normal human emotion that arises when we feel irritated, frustrated or annoyed. However, others times anger can be expressed through subtler behaviours, such as withdrawing from a relationship, or refusing to talk others out of anger.

Often psychologists refer to sudden, stressful events as “critical incidents”.  These are usually challenging, sudden events that may create significant distress and overwhelm your ability to cope.

For some of us, communicating and getting our point across to others can seem particularly difficult, especially when we fear being judged or criticised by others, or when we fear others may respond negatively.