What's Your Anger Type?
There are many different forms of anger. This test is designed to describe what type of anger you are most likely to feel.
You've been planning a day out with a friend for a long time, and just before you go out, they call to cancel. You...
Would you ever plot revenge?
Everyone has that one person in their life who just doesn't know when to shut up. Your reaction when you bump into this person?
When it comes to games, your motto is...
The best way to work off steam is...
When working on a group project in school, your most common thought was:
No one is a stranger to embarrassment. When you really mess up you...
Going into an argument, your biggest worry would be:
When it comes down to it and you know you're going to cry, you...
Final question: which one of these pictures is most like you when you get mad?
Your anger is cold, heartless- ice in the middle of July. Those who invoke your wrath had better watch out; you won't be stammering or teary eyed when you calmly, coolly, and easily stare them down with a sharp frown and deliver psychological blows to the likes of which they've never before experienced.
Your primary anger type is hot. When you get mad all ration goes flying out the window- you've come to destroy; those who piss you off had better start running. You may or may not make sense as you spit out death threats and promises of pain, but you'll sure as hell sound scary doing it.
You're a primarily "dry anger" type of person. It takes you a while to reach your breaking point, but when you reach it, you're done. No conflict, no arguments, you say your final words to whoever's made you enraged and then you move on- done. No tears or belly tight with the need to scorn, you walk free of your conflict, pushing it far into the past in the blink of an eye. That's not to say you'll forget, though...
When you get mad the tears start going, and that just makes everything worse. You're a wet anger type of person, as odd as it may sound. When someone pushes you too far you feel it- the fury filling you to the very brim until you're over-spilling, scrambling to put together insults while you desperately try to think things through. Don't be mistaken- this doesn't make you weak. Once the waves have calmed you simmer on what's happened, and as soon as you can, you find a way to balance out the tides between yourself and your wrong-doers.