Would you say you are quick or slow to anger, and how do you control your anger?
Walgreen’s parking lot, Laramie and Madison
“I am slow to anger because I have a lot of patience. I have a four-year-old son, and I am a nurse. I work at a nursing home, and I have a lot of patience. When I get angry, I just count it off, 1, 2, 3.”
” I am quick to anger because sometimes a lot of people make me mad. Where I am slow is, I slow it down. I had to learn how to control my anger because if someone makes me mad, and I do something, I’d end up in jail.”
“I get mad fast because I have anger management problems. When I get mad, I walk off to control myself.”
“I am slow to anger. I am not quick to get upset. I keep myself calm by walking away.”
“I am slow to anger because I don’t get mad that fast. I might get mad fast, but I respond slowly. If someone makes me angry, I say wait a minute, let me slow you a little bit. I don’t do mines (anger) fast, I do mines slowly.”
“I get mad fast. If somebody mess with me, and I don’t want to play, I get mad fast. I handle my anger by either walking off or going and play basketball.”