As the author of the best selling book Toxic People” http://www.amazon.com/Toxic-People-Ways-Dealing-Miserable/dp/0312152329/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1330452498&sr=1-1
as well as my latest book Toxic Men http://www.amazon.com/Toxic-Men-Ways-Identify-Miserable/dp/144050007X/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1330452562&sr=1-1which has just been released in paperback, I came up with the category of Silent But Deadly Erupting Volcano. This category says it all when it comes to 17 year old T.J. Lane who shot and killed fellow classmates and injured others in his Ohio high school.
Many of his fellow students said he was “quiet”. Others said he was sweet. One student who played basketball with him after school several years ago said he seemed happy when he was around him and that he was shocked because he wasn’t a violent kid. Another student at his church group said that he was “a nice boy.”
But others said had a “simmering temper”. And my view is that “simmering temper’ was fueled by inner rage that was not verbally expressed.
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