Anger is a judgment in the head that creates a felt equivalency in the body. This energetic excess jumps back ‘upstairs’ to validate the thought that created it. Call it the ouroboros effect.
It is often the case that men were taught as boys that feelings are dangerous and inefficient and that it is better not to have them. This is a mostly wordless transmission passed on by a man who received the same teaching from his father. So it is natural and necessary for men to work with other men on the problems men have. Are women ready for this? They’ve never not been ready.
An emotion is a response in the body to a thought in the head. They cause a lot of mischief, thoughts do.
D-type males (men who are negative about pretty well everything) have more heart attacks than anyone else.
The man who is chronically angry and who habitually berates himself because of that is not merely a man—he’s a civil war.
More suffering is created by people who take offence than by people who give offence. We can drop this, if we choose, our habit of being offended. It is right action’s chief impediment.