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What about those of us who can’t do anger?

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09 May 2014

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From the Revd Jim Spence

Sir, - Your article on anger (Health, 2 May) was important, but it overlooked people who are unable to get angry.

A case in point was Bishop John (Honest to God) Robinson. He and his father were among those unable to get angry (see the biography by Eric James). I think I grew up in such a family.

JIM SPENCE
15 High Street
Wallingford OX10 0BP

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