Can anger be constructive?
Anger can be constructive. There is such a thing as justifiable anger, and this anger, when controlled can be constructive. A person can be angry yet maintain control. When that happens, a discussion about the situation that caused the anger can be constructive and people can learn from the situation that caused the anger. Anger doesn’t have to be out of control, with people screaming at each other or not talking to each other. If the parties are reasonable, a discussion about the situation that caused the anger can bring about a resolution to the problem and thus be constructive. Anger is not necessarily a bad thing. It can bring about understanding and resolution of problems. Anger can indeed be constructive.