Anger is very natural, and it doesn’t make you a bad or violent person.
If someone in your life is making you feel angry, it’s OK to express that.
If you are afraid of confrontation, a good way to address a problem is by making it all about you, rather than pointing fingers at the other person.
For example, you can say, “Time is valuable to me. So, when I feel that my time is being wasted, it makes me feel disrespected.”
This is much better than saying, “You’re always late.
You don’t care about my feelings at all!”
You cannot assume the other person’s intentions, and they cannot deny your emotions.
So it’s much better to express how you feel.