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Depression & Anger: When Feelings Spill Onto the Wrong Person

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she was much angrier than I’d ever seen her be in the past when talking to her sister. As she started to vent, it became clear to me there was more going on than meets the eye!

The level of anger she was showing DID NOT match the situation—her sister was being just as she’d always been. I could not figure out why my friend was so upset.

Then, it hit me: the anger was being magnified because they were discussing situations connected to their father, who had passed away a few months ago.

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