I believe the truth comes out when you want it to. I think in anger you tend to lash out to hurt, there may be some truth in it, but the main ob<x>jective is to hurt.
i believe it can be a bit of both....but the truth sometimes delivered with the intention to deliberately hurt
I do believe truth is told in anger. people in general when they are not angry tend to hold back what they really think or feel, so when provoked to anger the conscious thoughts become real, true, words. Words used to hurt. So, yes...the truth hurts, especially when said in anger.
We say what we want to, Anger is just a medium ............... because even ANGER is feeling shown as and when we want to
the truth comes out when we are angry, bcuz when we are angry we intend to lash out, and often times by hurting others, and bcuz you someone well enough you can, even if you never intended harm to them, u intended harm, and emotions dont see good intentions
i find it hard to beleive we ever speak the true anymore. what ever the mood
when you are angry you say alot more than you want to.....especially if the other party really hurt you, then try to justify it, you try to hurt them more to get satisfaction.....a little of both...+but regrets comes later...:(
we never say what is the real truth in anger, we want to hurt or get a reaction, i no i have said so many hurtfull things to my man ,none that i meant or believed, and if he ever not that he did much. i was the ***** to get a reaction, i said to much , so no do not ever believe what ia said in anger , only believe what you know is the truth .
Definitely both can happen
Sometimes it comes out when we are angry, but mostly we say thing we don't mean.
I think a bunch both.
my husband has always said hurtful things to me when he is angry and i forgave him quickly and believed him when he said he didn't mean. however he has repeated the same insults many times which led me to believe he truly thinks about me that way. However I do believe it is possible to say something general which is not a reflection of what is actually thought about the other person such as "you are stupid" but specific insults with examples or repeated remarks seem to me to be a confirmation of what that person is actually thinking. I also think that as humans can sometimes be irrational so we might think something about someone which is not true and then when we are angry we verbally express that thought. Then after we may realise we were wrong for thinking that and saying that and in that case we have said something we did not mean. A person who is angry may say something solely to hurt someone else but I would think that in this case as well it as at least a version of what they believe to be true. I don't think when you are angry you could thunk of a lie to shout at someone intending to hurt them. Of course everyone is different and this is just my opinion. I do not know what goes on in anyone else's head except mine.