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.
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.
Perhaps the chef is also looking for an opportunity to vent her repressed anger
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.
There's a lot of repressed anger
in Robbie - you could feel it.
Sitting through this turgid rubbish, it won't just be his niece who's resentful and full of repressed anger
, it'll be you.
Here she offers what is missing in the first novel, an in-depth focus on the repressed anger
that prompts Ben's retreat into alcoholism:
You don't have to live in those kinds of constrained terms and have repressed anger
or projected anger.
Problems between father and son began when Simon was put into psychoanalysis at the age of nine because his parents believed he had repressed anger