Confronting An Angry Person. Anger – a strong passion or emotion of displeasure Definitive anger: an anger toward any kind of genuine wrongdoing such as mistreatment, injustice, breaking of law; valid anger
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20 – For the wrath of man worketh not the righteousness of God
1) Listen to a person: Hear him out and try to understand the whole story
2) Listen to a person: Ask him to repeat showing you want to understand the story and not condemning his anger
3) Listen: Ask him questions to clarify the story
8) Confess any wrongdoing and seek to make right the whole story
An angry person needs someone who cares enough to listen and understand the pain