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Disaster Relief: Recognizing Your Own Anger

Publication Number: M1456
View as PDF: M1456.pdf

Anger has three parts. One is the way your body reacts to anger—the physiological component. Another is the thoughts you have when you are angry—the cognitive component. And the third part of anger is what you do or want to do when you are angry—the behavioral component. Download the PDF above to learn more.

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