Go to is a term of Latin origin that refers to the fury and the violence. It is a conjunction of negative feelings that generates anger and indignation. For example: “The forward’s gesture aroused the ire of rival supporters”, “The businessman lived one day in anger: first he insulted a passerby, then he pushed a neighbor and, finally, he hit a policeman”, “The referee’s ruling caused the anger of the people, who did not hesitate to throw blunt objects onto the field”.
The psychology recommends externalizing anger in some way, to prevent it from turning into illness. It is important to note that there are various non-violent ways to channel a negative feeling; Activities as healthy as the practice of a sport or as enriching as the study of music and the execution of an instrument represent some of the most appropriate decisions for turn anger into something positive.
Since it is an internal matter, the view that each person has of anger is potentially different, regardless of the official definition that psychology has given it. Similarly, the triggers of this sensation and the ways in which they react to its appearance vary from individual to individual. In general, anger is closely linked to frustration, since it arises as a combustion before the impossibility of solving something.
We can broadly distinguish between a type of anger that persists over time, which appears in response to a negative event in the past that has not yet been resolved, and another temporary, specific one, caused by a well-defined conflict and that takes place in the present. In the first case, it is known that those who have suffered abuse, either sexual or psychological, during childhood and have not had the opportunity to confront their aggressors, they usually present outbursts of anger throughout his entire life.
Here frustration enters again, since the victim feels great anguish faced with the injustice he experienced and the fact of not being able to change past, and this becomes an accumulation of violence that will never be able to unleash against the person or persons responsible for its pain, for which the explosion will take place almost cyclically year after year. This does not mean that this accumulated anger cannot be directed and channeled in a way that is not harmful to the subject.
For Catholicism, anger is one of the seven deadly sins. This anger can manifest itself against oneself (through suicide or self-flagellation) or against others (reflected in confrontations, beatings or even murders). In both cases, it is punishable by religious precepts.
Given the close relationship that music and religion had centuries ago, it is not surprising that the word go to be part of so many masterpieces by composers like Vivaldi or Handel. In this case, various tools are used to express it, such as an increase in speed and intensity, and passages full of ornaments and jumps that touch the high and low limits of each instrument of forms violent and unexpected.
Some specialists assure that anger can arise from a genetic or biological predisposition. Fatigue, hormonal changes, sexual problems, depression or hunger influences the reactions that manifest anger.
Notably, in a sense symbolic, anger can transcend human emotions. In this way, nature can “express” anger through violent phenomena: “The wrath of nature caused waves of more than 10 meters high that washed away entire cities”.