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In Caring Enough to Confront, David Augsberger writes, “My actions are mine; your actions are yours. I am responsible for my behavior; you are responsible for yours. In reality, no one can make another angry. If I become angry at you, I am responsible for that reaction. (I am not saying that anger is wrong. It may well be the most appropriate and loving response that I am aware of at that moment.) But you do not make me angry. I make me angry at you. It is not the only behavior open to me. There is no situation in which anger is the only possible response.”

- Caring Enough to Confront, Kindle Loc. 709-12 Illustration by Jim L. Wilson

Proverbs 19:11 (NASB77) “A man's discretion makes him slow to anger, And it is his glory to overlook a transgression.”

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