People shoving their way on to a train before you have stepped off it.
The cinema of Martin Lawrence. There are a mountain of reasons why we lose our temper, according to Mike Fisher, director of the British Association of Anger Management and author of Mindfulness and the Art of Managing Anger.
It just goes on and on and on. Mr Fisher said anger can be expressed assertively, aggressively or in a passive-aggressive way. It rises within us when our need to be valued, respected and appreciated is threatened, he added.
The imploders just mope around. They can hardly get out of bed.
A study published by a German university at the end of last year claimed expressing our anger can add at least two years to our lifespans. The British Association of Anger Management has worked with thousands of people seeking help for their temper problems.