Anger is an emotional state of aggression and hostility towards someone or something. Most people tend to think that also describes rage so they must be the same thing. It is but it’s also not quite so straight forward.
Rage is best described as a fit of violent anger and fury. It is the most extreme expression of anger. Anger can actually be good and lead to positive outcomes either by acting as a motivator to perform and succeed or acting as a means to overcome some personal difficulties. Rage is excessive anger that is often violent.
Rage can be physically violent.
- It can drive someone to physically attack another person.
- It can make a person throw objects or destroy property.
- It can often drive people to hurt other people emotionally.
Rage can be verbally and emotionally violent.
- It can drive someone to verbally abuse their friends, family, colleagues, or strangers.
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