We bleat things out first without any joined-up thinking, but how many of us really know those are critical undertones and that they’re often brought about through anger and irritability?
But where undertones are one of dishonesty, we should perhaps worry. Perhaps those handing out the dishonest undertones should think about why they’ve chosen that path. Critical undertones usually imply there’s something lurking, something past that we’ve experienced, but not yet resolved. Cumulatively, experiences add up.
Sadly, being angry and irritable often relate to experiences we’re not consciously aware even exists, but it’s plausible that disorders such as anxiety and depression, exist through being angry and irritable all the time. It is not that we actively choose to be angry and irritable, but an undertone that isn’t empathetic, patient or tolerant means we’re not coping with certain aspects of our lives.
Disorders emerge through anger and irritability. Therefore, it’s important than when part of us lose the ability to rationale, or we become irritated at certain issues that we’re struggling with, we stand back and think about where we can make certain changes.
It is inevitable that we will all have stress and may struggle from time to time. What matters is how we deal with our stress. It’s also a fact that our emotions and outward behaviour will always belie our unconscious thinking.
Anger, irritability and hostility are both signs we’re struggling with issues not yet dealt with.