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Pent-up emotion can come out lots of ways. Some deal with it by getting violent. Violence harms people who are the target of a person’s rage, but can also hurt the person who is striking out.

Wilson bottled up his feelings. He thought no one cared about his problems nor needed to know. He’d handle them himself. For no particular reason, he’d pick a fight. Or he and friends would trash a car or an empty building.

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