Top definition. Feeling like you can kill everyone in mile radius. When your eyes bulge out and steam comes out from your ear.
People cut us off in traffic. Co-workers drop the ball on their half of a project. Family members post enraging political posts on social media.
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The previous article in this series discussed the hopeless experience. The irritable or angry experience of depression is often not recognized as depression, either by the person who experiences it or by those around then. For the person experiencing this kind of depression, the people around them may seem disappointing, irritating, or intolerable, and the depressed person may feel as emotionally uncomfortable as someone with severe poison oak feels physically.
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British very informal annoyed and upset. British informal annoyed and disappointed. American very informal feeling hurt and offended without good reason.
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Have you seen the animated movie Inside Out? Spoken over in a meeting, denied a raise or passed over for a promotion after going way above and beyond at work, let down by your partner when you needed them — you can probably feel your anger bubbling up right now just thinking about these things. But is feeling angry — and expressing your rage — really the best way to move your life forward?