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Unreasonable anger

Discussion in 'Personal' started by doomzebra, Jan 23, 2011.

  1. doomzebra

    doomzebra Occasional commenter

    I was reading the supplements in this morning's Sunday Telegraph when I came upon a review of a book called "Jerusalem: A Biography" and became crossly cross to a quite immoderate degree.
    It isn't a bloody biography, it is a history. Simon Growbag-Mountebank (or his editor) should be peeled and thrown in a vat of vinegar.
    Grrrrrrrrr
     
  2. doomzebra

    doomzebra Occasional commenter

    I was reading the supplements in this morning's Sunday Telegraph when I came upon a review of a book called "Jerusalem: A Biography" and became crossly cross to a quite immoderate degree.
    It isn't a bloody biography, it is a history. Simon Growbag-Mountebank (or his editor) should be peeled and thrown in a vat of vinegar.
    Grrrrrrrrr
     
  3. That doesn't seem unreasonable.
     
  4. Anger can be a bit of a wasted emotion when directed at something you cannot change.
    I understand your anger though, I often feel it myself.
     
  5. I think when it is something that I can't change, that is when I do feel anger.
     
  6. marshypops

    marshypops New commenter

    I completely understand, doom.
     
  7. Join my husband. He is beyond rage at the burglary, and for some reason feels it appropriate to direct it at me because I am calm and accepting. No-one hurt, not much gone, not much mess - it's done, and we're insured. So much pointless wrath.
     
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