Anger is a powerful source of impulsive energy. For may people, anger is destructive and can lead to broken relationships and regrets. My view of anger is that it is a secondary emotion designed to protect us. However, anger can only usually protect us in an explosive way that ends up hurting us and those around us. Sometimes, anger manifests in subtle ways that affect our decision making and ability to stabilize relationships. Anger can take many forms including passive aggression, coldness, and resentment. We can work to identify how anger works inside of you, how it affects your relationships, and how to rewire your brain to better cope with and process it.