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We tend to view fear and anxiety as a sympathetic character trait. We can immediately see the ravages of other negative traits–anger, for instance, can result in yelling, belittling, insults, silent treatments. Anger on behalf of self roars up and takes control and everyone in the vicinity feels its harshness and shrinks back or responds with like […]
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