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The article has some strong insights . Perhaps a contributory factor in understanding anger is the way our culture causes people to feel ashamed of their feelings, of how they fail to live up to standards that in reality nobody is living up to. An enormous fear exists in many that their act will be seen through , exposing them as being different, not realising that in fact everyone else is also acting. Instinctive defensive aggression from those who live in constant yet needless fear of being "found out" makes for a climate of judgement and condemnation that naturally raises anxiety levels and a quite literally viscious circle is the result.
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