Part II- Catch it Early: Jealousy and revenge are examples of feelings which can create pictures in our minds. These visual thoughts drive us to actions like "checking up" on the suspected person. Allowing these actions to continue feeds our anger, and can easily lead to aggression out of control. Similarly, when anger begins to grow, adrenaline flows and major changes take place in our bodies. Learning how to notice these changes, pictures and behaviors allows us to see what's coming before it's too late. Learning what we can do to starve the anger allows us to make a different choice.