Anger

Anger can be revealed through a short temper, a raised voice, contentious arguing, punishing with silence, pounding fists, slamming doors, using profanity, glaring at others, a scowling look, contempt or scorn, sullen quietness, or sarcastic comments.

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Bill Gothard
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