it really is impossible to control all of the direct verbal aggression.
You, as a person who experiences direct verbal aggression, can choose to either try to deny it, deny it from someone else, or be the target of it. To choose just one option is to choose an indirect way to verbalize that you’re angry. I would suggest that this is what the majority of people do when they are angry. Some people try to deflect it, some people try to deny it, and others try to be the target of it.
This is the most common way to verbalize anger, and you should be aware that this is a very dangerous way to verbalize anger. Most people don’t realize that you can be the target of direct verbal aggression. The reason why it’s dangerous is because you can’t control who you’re talking to.
All of the above, in my opinion, are kind of like the first two of the three levels of self-awareness, and it is very much easier to verbalize anger than to verbalize it.
All of these things sound very much like the three levels of self-awareness, but I don’t think that they are.
You could say that a person with self-awareness is aware of other people and their moods, routines, habits, and reactions, and can then control them. So I think that any of the above could be described as “self-aware”, but not this one.
I think we’re missing something here, but I think it’s the level of self-awareness itself. It’s not that we simply have to be aware of the person we are talking to, because that’s not really the same thing at all. We could simply say ‘I am aware,’ but it’s still the ability to verbally express anger.