Stephen King Anger

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Man is the slave of his emotions. There are both positive and negative emotions that govern man's mind. One of these emotions is anger. According to an online article by Howard Kassinove titled How to recognize and deal with common emotion, "Anger is a negative feeling state that is typically associated with hostile thoughts, physiological arousal and maladaptive behaviors to hostile thought ". Anger results from restriction imposed against man's desires. Anger can change man completely; when anger takes control of anyone, he becomes violent, aggressive and unreasonable. Susan explicates the components of anger,
Anger has three components. The first is the way our body reacts to anger, the physiological component. That is when the body feels flushed, hot, tense, or irritable. There is a rise in blood pressure. The second is the cognitive component. This is when we have thoughts like “it’s not fair”, or “no one loves me”. The third component is the behavioral component. This is how we act or what we say when we get angry (4). Anger is a double aged weapon; it can be helpful to a person by
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According to an online review titled "Stephen King, The Art of Fiction No.189"," King was born on September 21, 1947". He is an American author of horror, supernatural, fiction, suspense, science fiction and fantasy. King's books have sold a lot of copies, many of which have been turned into feature films and miniseries. King has published more than 50 novels. In 1973, King has sold his first novel, Carrie, the story of a outcast teen who gets revenge on her peers. He has many popular novels such as, Salen's lot (1975), the shining (1977), fire starter (1980), Cujo (1981) and It (1986). King wrote the first pages of Carrie, and then he did not want to continue its writing because he did not like it, but his wife insisted he should finish it and finally this horror novel became a best
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