Deborah Kerr on Anger: I Can't Touch The Stuff
Interview with Deborah Kerr
Conducted by James Grissom
I was far too comfortable with anger. I was comfortable being inside anger, wrapped up in it. Anger was my hideout--where I took any emotion I couldn't understand or wasn't willing to face. Anger was a drug and a soft, warm coat. I was lost in it. And one day I just threw it off; refused to go there any longer. Now it is a stranger to me. I address and allocate things as they happen. It is, I think, the only way to handle anger. For me. I can't touch the stuff.
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