Hi, I am looking for someone to write an article on cause and effects of anger Paper must be at least 750 words. Please, no plagiarized work! An emotional effect of being angry is pessimism. Anger drives the positivity out of an individual and leaves them emotionally drained. As a result, the outlook of the individual on the world in general and people, in particular, become very pessimistic. While this emotional effect lasts just as long as the anger does, it can cause the individual to make negative moves that they might even regret later. For example, just because of a misunderstood comment on Facebook from an otherwise close friend, the individual might unfriend the person out of anger, only to realize later that the move was not worth making. Pessimism causes people to make uninformed decisions. In anger, people tend to overlook the positive aspects of an individual’s personality and expand on the negative aspects of excessively. The ability to rationally analyze situations, people and circumstances are sapped in anger.
An emotional effect of being angry is a emotional outburst. Anger saps intelligence and the ability of an individual to maintain emotional balance. Emotional outburst can be exhibited in different ways. While some people shout, scream, or yell, others become faint. In an emotional outburst, people say things that they really do not mean to say. They exaggerate the matter at hand and other’s fault in it, thus not only sounding irrational but also casting a negative impression upon the audience both that is related to the matter and others that are not. Emotional outburst also causes many effects to appear physically and reflect in the face of the angry person. For example, some people go very red in the face when they are angry, some people’s lips, hands, and limbs start trembling in anger, and yet there are others, who start to perspire heavily in anger. All of this is a result of the interaction between mind and body in an emotional outburst. In an emotional outburst, people even say things that are not directly related to the matter at hand. They may draw examples of events that have passed several years ago, thus casting an impression upon the audience that they do not let go of things even if they seem to have forgiven.
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