OUR ANGER: MINI QUIZ

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It’s possible to use the physical sensations of our anger response as cues to recognize that we are angry.

TrueFalse

When we get angry, there is nearly always an underlying need or want that has not been met.

TrueFalse

Anger is frequently tied to frustration.

TrueFalse

Anger is rarely tied to shame.

TrueFalse

The way we grew up and the people around us can influence how we experience and respond to anger.

TrueFalse

People’s expectations, including our own, of what it means to ‘be a man’ can influence how we experience and respond to anger.

TrueFalse

Masculine socialization refers to how society teaches boys to be men, which directly influences peoples’ expectations of what ‘a real man’ should be like.

TrueFalse

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