What is anger

Anger is a person's emotional response to provocation or to a threat to his or her equilibrium. If inappropriate, it is almost always the manifestation of a deeper fear and of hidden insecurity. Angry abusive behaviour may be a veiled expression of frustration, fear, self-rejection or even guilt. On the other hand, its expression may be a defence against the threat of feeling too close to the doctor, who could have an overfamiliar, patronising or overly friendly attitude towards the patient. Some patients cannot handle this threatening feeling.

Basically anger may be a communication of fear and insecurity. The patient could be saying, 'I am afraid there is something seriously wrong with me. Are you doing everything to help me?'

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