Ok, how about sharing your thoughts on your own anger? Adoptees are notorious for alternating between being very aggressive and defensive about themselves and everything important around them, as well as passive/aggressive. We have to fit into our family situations as kids and pretend to play the game the way our adoptive families needed us to, whatever way that was... for some of us it was way worse than others. But underneath the act of playing along is anger that is sometimes buried very deeply and it rears its ugly head way after it has festered in our memory instead of being expressed at the time it first appeared... Anyone else struggle with this?
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