|Re: Expressions of Anger||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Stuart Staniford-Chen (stuartSiliconDefense.com)|
|Date: Sat, 28 Aug 1999 11:11:51 -0600 (MDT)|
Sharon Villines wrote: > I'm really tired of this thread, and I'm sure I'll get flamed again for > responding truthfully again, but I hope it has been helpful to all the nice > people out there who never yell, never get angry, and certainly would never > raise their voices in public--or even in private, to understand that this is > not the only way that perfectly nice and caring people respond. I probably should have said this before. I personally have become violent and started fights because people have insulted me (though only in bars and similar settings, not in a cohousing setting, and not recently). The reason that I think anger should not be expressed through yelling etc is certainly not because I'm not capable of inappropriate expressions of anger myself. I am. It's never gotten me what I wanted, and in a cohousing setting, I've never seen it get anyone else what they want either. I think we need to agree to differ. Stuart. -- Stuart Staniford-Chen --- President --- Silicon Defense stuart [at] silicondefense.com (707) 822-4588 (707) 826-7571 (FAX)
- Expressions of Anger Sherri Rosenthal, August 26 1999
- Expressions of anger Sharon Villines, September 6 1999
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