Despite it having a bad rep, anger can actually be a positive, healthy emotion that can even be constructive at times. It only becomes unhealthy when it reaches the point where we lose control of our emotions and put ourselves or others in danger. When we flare up too easily and frequently, it affects our personal, social and work lives. Friends may find us unpredictable and start staying away. Colleagues get scared to ask for our input. Our family may even choose to let us sort out our issues on our own.
Still, we are only human and everyday situations that annoy us can happen. Here are some common scenarios that can cause tempers to get frayed (hopefully at a normal level), and you tell us how much they affect you. Try to be honest, and based on your answers, we’ll try to guess your age!