Break something. Throw punches. Shoot people.
Violent anger is destroying families and threatening everyone in public places.
No one knows where it will strike next; we just know that it will.
I used to hear that certain students I taught were emotionally disturbed with anger management issues and I would respond with the words, “Well, aren’t we all?”
There are a few people who never have blasted a fireball of obscenities, slammed bedroom doors or driven cars recklessly down the street in a fit of rage.