Asked in Mental HealthDog BehaviorFriendshipMoshi Monsters
How do you make an angry person happy?
June 18, 2012 5:25AM
There are different ways to make an angry person happy. One of the ones that is very important is to listen to the person that is angry. Many times someone just needs someone to talk to and elaborate on what is bothering them.
Asked in Extended Family
When you are staying with your cousin and she angry with you what can you to make her happy?
Asked in Psychology, Human Behavior, Emotions
Can an evil angry person who was once good and happy be turned back into a good happy person?
Why do people yell?
Asked in Relationships
Do you need to go out with people you don't like just to make someone happy but your time is always miserable?
No, you don't. You wanna make that person happy but your not. There are other things that can make the person happy, don't make your life miserable cause of someone. Try other things to make the person happy. If you care for the person as much as they care for you, they should be understanding and caring of your feelings.
Asked in History of England
Was the army happy that Charles dismissed parliament?
Asked in World War 2, Buddhism
What is the Buddhist view of violence?
Buddhists view violence as the response of a confused mind to worldly experiences. Violence is not considered a "sin" but an unskillful means toward the ultimate end of achieving happiness. People commit violent actions out of anger, and they become angry because they are confused about what will make them happy. A simplified line of thinking of a person who commits violence is something like this: I want pleasure, and having X will make me happy. I can't have X because this person or that situation is preventing me. If the person or situation would only be different than it is, I could have X. The person or situation that is thwarting me should be different and so I'm angry, and I will do something about it! So the angry person thinks that by forcing the person or situation to be different s/he will be happy, but true happiness results from recognizing that it is really our grasping at pleasure that causes our suffering, not the fact that we don't get what we think will be pleasurable.