Category Archives: sarcasm

Sarcasm, Fear, and Arrogance

Consider the following scenario: you and your neighbor engage in a political discussion. After a few moments, it becomes apparent that the two of you have serious disagreements about the upcoming presidential elections. Being equally as passionate about your positions, the debate quickly becomes heated. You, a more confident narrator, have more specific points to […]
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When Anger Doesn’t Look Like Anger

Not all anger expresses itself as yelling, hitting, cursing, heart pounding, palms sweating or huffing and puffing. Anger comes in many sizes and shapes, one of which I refer to as “camouflage anger”. It’s most common name is passive/aggressive. Well disguised and covert, it can be difficult to detect yet can cause severe damage in […]
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