Underneath anger is fear.
Underneath fear is powerlessness.
On the other side of fear is power, strength, and freedom.
People who hold or use anger as a weapon are scared and feel powerless.
They might look or act tough, but they feel weak.
They are suffering.
They lack self-love, cannot control themselves, and instead hopelessly try to control the world around them.
The more they reveal their anger, the more their suffering and weakness.
They, most of all, need to experience your love.
This post was previously published on mikekitko.com.
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