> > >Why get angry about it? Why not just ask them to stop?
> > Because if you don't get angry when you ask them to stop they're not going
> > to know how much you want them to stop. Anger is a well-developed social
> > convention which tells other people when they've gone too far.
> That seems to be the case. I don't express anger well, and other people don't
> seem to get the message.
So you are saying that saying to someone "I am really angry about this" is ignored?
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