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This is a discussion on How Strong Are You When You Get Angry? within the General Psychology forums, part of the Topics of Interest category; Again, excuse me for any spelling mistake. ----- About 3-4 years ago when I was in college, I used to ...

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    How Strong Are You When You Get Angry?

    Again, excuse me for any spelling mistake.

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    About 3-4 years ago when I was in college, I used to take a train to and from my university. One day, when I'm on the train (sitting quietly and reading Harry Potter novel), there were 3 male teenagers (about 15-16 y.o) came in and suddenly started a fight to each other. Student fight. Brutally scary.

    Other people on the compartment screamed and move aside, didn't want to interrupting the fight and got beaten. But I sat still and keep reading.

    Well, at some point, the two teenagers move closer to my seat, and one of them accidentally thrusted my face with his elbow. And I was like, "Okay. That hurts."

    I put aside my HP and my bag, stand up, and fights back. Less than 10 minutes, I made one boy fainted, one boy snuggled on the floor with broken nose, and another one flew away (literally) to another compartment.

    I get back to my seat and continued reading, got embarrased a little bit when people looked at me like I'm an evil android.
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    I noticed that on regular situation, I'm not that powerful. I can't even kill a cockroach. But when I get angry, it's like my body doubled its power into specific strength, which can be very creepy for most people.

    Is this an ESTJ character? Can you relate to it with similar experience?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WickedQueen View Post
    Again, excuse me for any spelling mistake.

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    About 3-4 years ago when I was in college, I used to take a train to and from my university. One day, when I'm on the train (sitting quietly and reading Harry Potter novel), there were 3 male teenagers (about 15-16 y.o) came in and suddenly started a fight to each other. Student fight. Brutally scary.

    Other people on the compartment screamed and move aside, didn't want to interrupting the fight and got beaten. But I sat still and keep reading.

    Well, at some point, the two teenagers move closer to my seat, and one of them accidentally thrusted my face with his elbow. And I was like, "Okay. That hurts."

    I put aside my HP and my bag, stand up, and fights back. Less than 10 minutes, I made one boy fainted, one boy snuggled on the floor with broken nose, and another one flew away (literally) to another compartment.

    I get back to my seat and continued reading, got embarrased a little bit when people looked at me like I'm an evil android.
    -----

    I noticed that on regular situation, I'm not that powerful. I can't even kill a cockroach. But when I get angry, it's like my body doubled its power into specific strength, which can be very creepy for most people.

    Is this an ESTJ character? Can you relate to it with similar experience?
    lol, oh wow...they probably suffered more damage from you than the fighting itself.

    I usually don't get into fights, since I've already got myself an "intimidating(no idea how), quick-tempered (I'm just too stupid to hold myself back), and brutal (being an Asian, everyone thinks you know karate)" label, meaning people don't normally mess with me. But in few instances I actually did get into fights...yeah, I agree, I think it's the adrenaline.

    Although I have to admit, I never went as far as you...but I haven't been elbowed in the face by some idiot either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arioche View Post
    lol, oh wow...they probably suffered more damage from you than the fighting itself.

    I usually don't get into fights, since I've already got myself an "intimidating(no idea how), quick-tempered (I'm just too stupid to hold myself back), and brutal (being an Asian, everyone thinks you know karate)" label, meaning people don't normally mess with me. But in few instances I actually did get into fights...yeah, I agree, I think it's the adrenaline.

    Although I have to admit, I never went as far as you...but I haven't been elbowed in the face by some idiot either.
    It's not just elbowed thing that made me angry. It was because they fight in public place like they owned the place and scared people. I didn't care much because they didn't hurt anyone yet... until the boy thrusted me.

    I'm not the most high temper person among my family and friends, but my friends told me that I have the most destructive-terrifying anger when I'm angry. I wonder if this related to MBTI type, since many people here said they were afraid of ESTJs.






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    I don't really know. It takes a lot to get me angry. The only two times I was really angry and it turned into a physical fight... it didn't end well for either them or both of us.

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    I don't have to be angry to be strong, I just have to think about it.
    For example, if someone pushed me, I think "I will not move." And it is quite hard to move me. Also I have a unusually strong grip for no reason. I probably couldn't knock anyone out though.

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    It's hard for me to get angry, but when I do I gain a good pain tolerance. Taking hits like a champ.


    My strength doesn't change all that much though, I just use it more efficiently while angry.
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    interesting, you know, they say INFPs can put on their opposite ESTJ "armor" when values are threatened... so it would make sense, if it is an ESTJ thing, that i've experienced it too. except it's not so much anger with me, but when my values are threatened (and then only to the extreme, it really takes a whole lot to get to this point, i've only been there a handful of times my whole life) i get like super-hulk. i'll leave it at that.

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    In a fight, anger is as good as courage. That's why nature invented it by the way, to give you the strength to defend yourself . You just forget consequences, pain and don't hold your hits.
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    Doesn't adrenaline effect how your body consumes energy?

    Overall, i think that your strength is always there, but without a situation requiring it, you will hold it in reserve. Cognitive over instinct.
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    I'm strong when I'm not angry and people can tell so I remember the last time I was angry, I wasn't yelling or anything like that but the other person had to pull the person I was mad at away and tell them to leave me alone since I was much stronger than them because they were worried that I was going to beat them up. Ironically I ended up having to separate the two of them.
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