Authors: Jean Baker Miller, M.D., Janet L. Surrey, Ph.D.

The authors propose that a distinction can be made between anger and aggression. Anger can be understood within a relational context as an emotion which arises when something is wrong or hurts. This emotion can provide the impetus for concerted action to change destructive personal or social conditions.

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