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Anger is easy

Potential awkwardness vs potential consequences
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Anger is easy. Try harder.

There are real problems and then there are the things people choose to focus on and respond to in anger because they’ve fooled themselves into believing that anger is a sign of strength. When in actuality, it’s a sign of weakness.

There is a time for anger, but rarely does it involve things that could easily be dismissed & totally forgotten if one just took a deep breath and moved on.

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Potential awkwardness vs potential consequences
Dear Internet, please stop disrespecting creators

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