Anger

Anger is an emotion characterized by antagonism toward someone or something. Find out more about anger here:

One awful driver manages to turn road rage into a standing ovation on a narrow street in Italy.

Bottling up anger can lead to stress and anxiety. Instead, finding a way to handle frustration can make a world difference. Read on to find out why.

Don’t get glad — get mad. Research says it’s good for you. But it’s still important to learn how to cope with anger in healthy ways. Read on to learn how.

Scheduling conflicts. Dietary habits. Personal hygiene. There are tons of ways roommates’ lives and personalities can conflict. Here’s some help to handle the nine most difficult people you may ever live with.

When it’s time for bed, we’re not always perfectly happy. Turns out hitting the sack angry could affect not only relationships but sleep, too.

GUEST POST: Whether you're feelin' groovy or gloomy, emotions are part of being human. Psychotherapist Jasmin Terrany offers tips for dealing with feelings like sadness and anger — not pretending they don't exist.

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Don't get mad, get sarcastic. While observing anger reduces our ability to solve complex problems, a recent study suggests observing sarcasm can boost both analytic and creative thinking.

GUEST POST: Whether you're feelin' groovy or gloomy, emotions are part of being human. Psychotherapist Jasmin Terrany offers tips for dealing with feelings like sadness and anger — not pretending they don't exist.

When it’s time for bed, we’re not always perfectly happy. Turns out hitting the sack angry could affect not only relationships but sleep, too.

Scheduling conflicts. Dietary habits. Personal hygiene. There are tons of ways roommates’ lives and personalities can conflict. Here’s some help to handle the nine most difficult people you may ever live with.

Don’t get glad — get mad. Research says it’s good for you. But it’s still important to learn how to cope with anger in healthy ways. Read on to learn how.

Bottling up anger can lead to stress and anxiety. Instead, finding a way to handle frustration can make a world difference. Read on to find out why.

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