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Short answer to your question is an emphatic Yes!--though I'd doubt that such a person would admit this, either to himself or someone else. Anger IS empowering, and adrenaline rushes always, in the moment at least, feel good. As do feelings of self-righteousness (!).
Our parental union is crucial, so if it’s flawed, we create a fantasy bond.
Forget the cliché: Many times love doesn’t—and isn’t meant to—conquer all.
What came just before your anger explains your anger.
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