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Hatred frequently embodies anger, but not always. Anger is useful when it flags a problem and inspires a fix. It can give the extra effort it takes to loosen that bolt. It can empower the soft spoken.

If all anger is considered bad, then instead of hearing about a solution to a frustrating situation, the trouble will be perceived as the person frustrated. The problem goes unsolved and the frustration becomes an invalidation of someone who is understandably really pissed off…