Those who are slow to anger tend not to experience heightened negative emotions, such as bitterness and frustration, when wronged. Instead, they approach heated situations with a level head and level emotions. Overall, they tend to be less irritable, moody, and bothered when things don't go as planned.
In love, those slow to anger are not easily annoyed or frustrated when their partner does something they may not like. Instead, they remain calm, allowing for open communication when trying to work through issues. Those slow to anger might struggle to maintain relationships with people who are quick to anger. In this case, opposites might attract but might not enough for a sustained relationship.
In certain situations, anger is warranted. For instance, one has the right be angry if they are being bullied, and that hostility can help bring the bullying to a halt.
Beware of when your cool tempered nature might be holding you back or letting you get trampled on.