PISSED & SHITTED ON AT WORK
Not reacting with anger can make even the worst situations more tolerable and fixable. When our responses are caring and appropriate, most of our anger issues will simply go away or, better still, seldom arise. The problem is that when we get triggered, sometimes it goes straight to that wounded part of ourselves, making us want to lash out and maybe even hurt back, which is very destructive to any relationship.
People don’t like being around others who are constantly pissed off. It’s just no fun. Even though chronic anger can be a symptom of depression, it pushes away the thing you need the most to overcome it. It’s much easier to cheer up someone who is sad.