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a strong feeling of displeasure or hostility

to cause to feel or show anger

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A few months later, as I was teaching a course on psychosomatic illness and discussing hypertension and the repressed anger that raises blood pressure, I realized I was talking about myself.
In that way, expressing anger at her husband for drinking and going to see nude dancers, she has been able to vent the repressed anger at her father.
Similarly, boils and spots are due to a build up of negative thoughts or repressed anger. Plenty of water should then be drunk to flush out the system.
She doesn't adequately grapple with the many underlying reasons for audience behavior or the repressed anger and frustration that much of popular culture seems to reflect.
And, lest the argument be made that he is not a classical choreographer, it should be noted that he treats contractions and other modern dance borrowings to suggest inner anguish, repressed anger, and the like, just as simplistically.
This did not yet appear in his first collection, which was nevertheless remarkable for its barely repressed anger and vehemently voiced frustration: "This ludicrous life of ours / bled dry / this life verging on shame" (tr.
The producers of this video recognize its gravity and cite disturbing statistics in their literature: "Approximately one in seven schoolchildren is involved in bully-victim problems"; "bullies have a one in four chance of having a criminal record by age 30"; "bullies have a tendency to become physically and/or sexually abusive husbands and fathers"; "in some cases, victims' repressed anger has led to suicide or violent retaliation against the bully"; "by the time they reach high school, one in four students list bullying as their main fear."
Allowing each individual to reach a conclusion, i.e., "Life is unfair", "This happened to me for a reason; even with my losses, I'm stronger" reclaims enormous amounts of energy for other consumption and may discharge repressed anger that was contributing to immobilization.
However, the holiday soon takes a turn for the worse as repressed anger between family members boils to the surface.
Perhaps the chef is also looking for an opportunity to vent her repressed anger.
Josef makes his repressed anger simmer, fume and rumble under the "Americana" that seems too large for him.
In the past, there has been speculation that Darwin may have been a hypochondriac, experienced panic disorders, been emotionally scarred by "repressed anger towards his father", nervous about relations with his wife or have felt guilt over conflicts with his earlier religious belief.
The songs are internal monologues releasing the kids' repressed anger in the face of frozen adults.
It is not that repressed anger directly causes depression, but that the causes of women's anger, in combination with the subsequent disinterest or dismissal by significant others, can drive women inward.
Daniel Craig is a knotted, simmering mass of tension as Bond - all repressed anger and bottled-up hatred as he single-mindedly pursues those responsible for Vesper's death.