It’s what happens when we’re in survival mode. And because it’s a response to life-threatening situations it’s most useful when it’s instinctive.
Anger is the Fight response and in our primitive past, it kept us alive by increasing our strength at those times when we needed to defend ourselves and our tribe.
And as we’ve evolved to where we are now, anger still has the capability of making us feel wonderfully empowered and motivated. It can be an incredibly inspiring and creative force.
However, the fact that you’re reading this page now might be because your anger is having a negative effect on yourself and on your relationships.