Anger is an emotion we all have, and sometimes it’s justified and necessary. But sometimes anger can become unmanageable, rearing its head at the smallest provocation or misunderstanding. When you think of someone who struggles with anger, you might imagine someone who shouts or storms off during conflict. But anger can take on many forms. Sometimes anger can be passive, as someone isolates themselves from people they love. Often it’s directed towards oneself when a person is overwhelmed with guilt or shame. Other people struggle with being extremely judgmental, seeing everything through a critical lens and always assuming the worst.