Why are you so angry?: High School Small Groups 3.19.17

What we're talking about

We all get angry about things from time to time—some of us more often than others. For some of us, it feels like we're constantly on the brink of losing it, where it doesn't take much to get angry about anything. And this kind of anger can be seen everywhere we go—at work, in traffic, at the store, at home. But what is really at its root? Anger is often looked at as a bad thing, but are there things actually worth getting angry about? Maybe if we had a better understanding of our anger and where it comes from, we could learn how to channel it toward something constructive—something that's bigger than ourselves.

Questions for Conversation

  • What are some situations where people easily get "under your skin"? Do you let these people know? If so, how?
  • What was the last thing you got angry about? Have you asked yourself why this made you angry? Where did your anger lead?
  • What are some things you could do to ensure your anger leads to making things better?
  • What are some things in the world right now, some larger issues, that make you angry? When you think about what you want to do with your life, are these thigns part of your considerations?