Emotions are difficult - Anger

Updated: Nov 9, 2020

Emotions can be difficult. We have 6 or 7 "base" emotions that could be described as individual icebergs, many different emotions can be hidden underneath each of them.


A graphic of an iceberg that is mostly below the water. The part of the ice above the water has the word sadness written on it. Below the water is multiple words that people can also think is anger: Betrayed, Annoyed, Resentful, Provoked, Jealous, Disrespected, Frustrated, Resistant, Enraged, Irritated, Hurt, Violated, Humiliated, Frustrated, Indignant, Furious, Hostile, Bitter, Mad or Outraged.

We tend to use the word "angry" for a number of different feelings. Do you know how to describe what you are feeling?


Take a few moments to look at the different feelings can you could describe or mistake for anger:


Betrayed, Annoyed, Resentful, Provoked, Jealous, Disrespected, Frustrated, Resistant, Enraged, Irritated, Hurt, Violated, Humiliated, Frustrated, Indignant, Furious, Hostile, Bitter, Mad or Outraged.

Do you know any more feelings you could call anger that we've missed?