Even though there is

Even though there is often a desire to act aggressively, most people don’t. Instead, they might pout, cry, or embrace some other strategy to express anger in a nonviolent way.

Anger emerges from three interacting factors: a provocation, the person’s interpretation, and their mood at the time.

The provocation is the trigger. 

It’s what happened right before you got angry, the thing that ‘made’ you mad. 

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