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Anger

Updated 02/18/2017

an·ger
ˈaNGɡər/
noun
  1. 1.
    a strong feeling of annoyance, displeasure, or hostility.
    "the colonel's anger at his daughter's disobedience"
    synonyms:ragevexationexasperationdispleasure, crossness, irritationirritabilityindignationpique
    annoyancefurywrathireoutrage, irascibility, ill temper/humor; 
    informalslow burn, aggravation
    literarycholer
    "his face was livid with anger"
verb
  1. 1.
    fill (someone) with anger; provoke anger in.
    "she was angered by his terse answer"
    synonyms:infuriateirritateexasperateirkvexpeevemadden, put out; 
    rub the wrong way; 
    informalmake someone's blood boil, get someone's back up, make someone see red, get someone's dander up, rattle someone's cage, make someone's hackles rise; 
    aggravate, get someone, rile, tick off, tee off, burn up
    "she was angered by his terse reply"


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Anger  |  Wikipedia.org

Anger is a normal and even healthy emotion — but it's important to deal with it in a positive way. Uncontrolled anger can take a toll on both your health and your ...

Anger Management Test - Abridged - Self Tests  |  Psychology Today
Anger is a powerful emotion that can lead to serious problems in your relationships and ... Learn more about your ability to manage it by taking this anger test.

Anger Quiz - Anger Management  |  GracePointWellness.com
Use this short 25 True/False question screening test to help determine if you should seek help (diagnosis and treatment) for anger problems.
   NOTE: If you suspect that you have an anger management problem you should
     seek help from a health professional regardless of how you score on
     this screening test
.

Anger Test  |  IllnessQuiz.com
The anger test will help you find out if you have high or normal anger level.

Anger Test - Anger Symptoms  |  OnlineTherapy.com
If your anger symptoms become uncontrollable it can lead to problems in your life. Take the anger test online to see if you have anger problems.

Anger Test - Stress Management & Anxiety  |  Psychologist World
This test will see how you react in stressful situations using a method developed in Novaco Anger Inventory. 


Anger is a completely normal, usually healthy, human emotion.  But when it gets out of control and turns destructive, it can lead to problems—problems at work, in your personal relationships, and in the overall quality of your life.

Free Anger Test  |  MindYourAnger.com
Take our 5 minute FREE online Anger Test and find out how your stress levels measure up. 

Rage - Anger  |  Psychology Today
Anger is a corrosive emotion that can run off with your mental and physical health.

According to a study conducted by the Harvard Medical School, close to 8 percent of adolescents display anger issues that qualify for lifetime diagnoses of intermittent explosive disorder. Anger issues aren’t limited to teens, and it’s important to understand anger symptoms, causes and effects if you suspect you are, or someone you know is, suffering from an anger disorder.

Test Your Anger Management IQ  |  Lifescript.com
What makes a driver so angry, and more importantly, how can he or she manage anger better?  Test your know-how with this anger management quiz.

The Anger Test To Find Out If You Have A Problem  |  AngerManagement Resource.com
This anger test helps you decide if you need help, and provides clear, practical guidance for healing your anger and creating healthy, loving relationships.






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