After going postal over a pretzel in Waitrose, one writer realised she had to find a new way to handle living with her anger towards her ex-boyfriend.
Harsh words, long sulks or full-on tantrums – we all express our anger differently. Of course, the adult approach to dealing with something that irks us is to sit down and “talk things through” with the person doing the irking. But how many of us possess such maturity? Article by By Nilufer Atik, Telegraph, 17 Aug 2014.
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Do Get Mad We tend to think of anger as a negative emotion, but used in the right way it can be surprisingly constructive, finds Emma Young New Scientist
9 February 2013