In this week's programme we are talking about anger - that's the strong feeling you get when you think someone has treated you badly or unfairly.
New research has shown that our modern, fast-paced lifestyle is causing us to get angrier.
We expect things to be perfect and if they're not we stamp our feet like a child!
Rob and Jennifer discuss the things that really make us cross and explain some of the language to do with anger.
This week's question:
In a BBC survey, what was found to be the thing that made British people most annoyed? Was it:
a) Someone jumping the queue
b) Delays on public transport
c) Being kept on hold by a call centre
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strong feeling you want to hurt or shout at someone because they treated you badly or unfairly
- lose my temper
suddenly become angry
- makes my blood boil
causes me to be very angry
moving very quickly
feeling nervous or worried so you cannot relax
situations that make you feel annoyed because something is stopping you from doing what you want
- red mist
feeling of extreme anger that stops you thinking clearly
- (to) curse
say or think offensive or bad things about someone
- anger management
therapy or training to help you control your anger
physical or verbal behaviour towards someone