express anger

express one's anger

to allow a release or expression of anger, such as through angry words, violence, or talking out a problem. Don't keep your emotions inside of you. You have to learn to express your anger. Bob expresses his anger by yelling at people.
See also: anger, express
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Chairman express anger to K-Electric staff for the excavation of road near Rab Medical center, Gulshan e Iqbal and gave instructions to stop the work , Chairman told them 'I will see the permit of excavation first after that i will decide to give permission for excavation.
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ISLAMABAD -- Former chief executive officer of the Free and Fair Election Network (Fafen) Mudassar Rizvi on Friday told the judicial commission that no threat was received from any constituency during 2013 general elections, however, Sardar Ayaz Sadiq had telephoned the authorities to express anger over NA-122 report.
In another study, Sanford found that when people express anger, they often also feel sad.
Global Banking News-September 2, 2013--Bondholders express anger against Co-operative Bank management(C)2013 ENPublishing - http://www.
com/2012/10/05/italy-student-protests-turn-violent-in-several-cities/) A student protester identified only by his first name Matteo told euronews that the protests were not merely to express anger over the cuts, but to emphasize the importance of education.
However some shareholders may choose the meeting to express anger over the way Barclays handled the sale of a third of the company to Middle Eastern investors last year.
For example, We raise our eyebrows to show surprise and screw them up to express anger,
Learning safe ways to express anger may result in successfully addressing what triggered the angry response and help the child feel more effective in his or her world.
The Insult to Injury project, developed by Moseley-based Geese Theatre Company, successfully reduced the rage of the participating inmates who were less likely to express anger, either physically or verbally.
A player knows where the line is and although it is natural to express anger when things go against your team you must never be abusive.
Every mother knows that when they are angry, their babies either cry or they might express anger themselves.
He said: "Communities will express anger and disgust at our son's dealing in misery, but few will be upright enough to search their own consciences and confess that they have done little personally to help stem their community's decline through alcohol and drugs.
Chapters address how to express anger in the least hurtful way, why we cannot change our partners (only ourselves), what to do about causes of drama and insecurity in relationships (such as ex-partners) and much more.
When words are not enough, actors use their bodies to express anger and frustration in an explosion of movement.