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Anger is a fuel that’s dangerous when out of control. But managed well, it can energise you to identify and confront problems
«situations where you experience unfairness or injustice.»
Anger can be a powerful teacher — if we know how to use it. In this episode, Lama Rod Owens, a teacher of Tibetan Buddhism, explains how he learned to love his anger, and gives listeners a six-step…
«Anger is a complicated emotion that many of us try to suppress rather than examine — a desire often reinforced by societal narratives that dictate who is allowed to hold and process the sentiment.»
I had a great childhood, but I was quick to anger and would often throw tantrums. This reactivity manifested as fidgety overthinking and anxiety in later life. It took years for me to see the…
«I only went out for a walk, and finally concluded to stay out till sundown, for going out, I found, was really going in.»
She Hulk: Attorney At Law, now streaming on Disney, is the perfect metaphor for the controlled, channeled anger that so many moms feel.
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«What we do know is that hate is intense and enduring, and it seems to be based on a view of its targets as essentially bad and threatening.»
Researchers proved decades ago that venting won’t make you feel better.
The scholar Myisha Cherry discusses rage as a tool in the fight against racial injustice.
«It’s a very inclusive kind of anger: although you’re comfortable, if you see someone else struggling, or being a victim of injustice, that’s the rage that you feel.»
Forget new year resolutions and stop striving to be someone you’re not. It’s time to embrace your messy, imperfect, soft-bellied self
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