My Traumatic Stress - A New All Trauma Community If you're having a difficult time with a minor or major traumatic event, not PTSD specific, we now support all trauma types at My Traumatic Stress community. No diagnosis required. I don't get angry. (Or I RARELY get angry.) I'm supposed to keep an 'anger journal', but it's pretty empty. My therapist really wants me to think of anything that upsets me in the least, and write it down, and I usually come up empty. I nearly got raped 11 days ago, and I cried and got upset, but I more wondered what I did to make the guy in question so angry. I was scared; I fought; I felt helpless... but I'm not sure I can say I was 'angry'. It was more like 'confused' and 'upset'. So I'll start with my angriest moment of the day (week): reading this forum (LOL!), I came upon platitudes that make you angry, and although I mostly laughed because others felt the same thing, I remembered being told to always use "I statements" and I guess I remembered being angry when I was told that because it seemed unreasonable.