Obviously this guy was married to an entrepreneur chick. This is how I know. Often misquoted as, "Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned", actually the verbiage was:
"Heaven has no rage like love to hatred turned, nor hell a fury like a woman scorned." (Spoken by Zara in Act. 3, scene 2 "The Mourning Bride".)
Any way you word it, women can get really pissed off!
I'm going to confess to you now, that this is my biggest weakness. And, ironically, this is my biggest strength.
While being short staffed or other business related inconvenient irritants does not exactly qualify me as being "scorned', it does irritate the living daylights out of me. I get extremely angry when things do not go right in my companies.
After I calm down a little bit I realize though- okay. Deep breath. What do I need to do to fix the problem? After a few beers, or a some nice Cabernet, I set a plan in motion to that end.
It would be nice, however, if I could merely recognize the problem, not get my thong in a wad, and then set about, calmly, sensibly, rationally, to fix it.
But I prefer doing a little ritual that my Dad always referred to fondly as: "Going ape shit."
After I would go "ape shit", he'd like to say, reflectively, "Well, Lisa- you brought it all on yourself."
But why is anger my biggest strength? Because I can't accept a status quo life for myself- which makes me a little miffed, knowing I can do better- so I do.
But pass the sack of ape food- I'm going to need it for later.