Anger is one of the most important human emotions and
part of the basic fight or flight survival response.
It is with us from birth to death and can be an asset
or a liability, depending how we use it. Anger can be
expressed in the form of crying, teasing, yelling, sarcasm,
attack, depression, violence, suicide, pouting, silence,
aggression, and violence. When we cannot get what we
want, when we are frustrated, or our desires are not
fulfilled, and when we are assaulted, we become angry.
Anger helps us survive assaults, correct injustices,
grow, be independent, and establish better values.