How I Learned to Control My Anger By Breaking Things
Model Salem Mitchell explains how destroying things allows her to release her anger instead of directing it toward others.
'Don't Be an Asshole,' Today's Comic by Tara Booth
Tara constantly has to remind herself not to be an ass.
'S.A.D. Lamp,' Today's Comic by Tara Booth
Tara figures out a way to power through seasonal affective disorder.
Female Rage Has Fueled Our Country's Greatest Political Movements
Rebecca Traister, author of 'Good and Mad' discusses the power of women's rage.
Asking for a friend
This Is What Road Rage Does to Your Body
Pretty much everyone has been angry behind the wheel, but outbursts (on or off the road) may not be great for you. This is what road rage can do to your brain and body.
'A Short Rage Walk,' Today's Comic by Stephen Maurice Graham
A man second-guesses his character after a night out with friends.
Stephen Maurice Graham
This Is What it Means if Slow Walkers Make You Furious
Researchers are starting to take pedestrian aggression more seriously.
Why Do We Dislike People Who Seem Too Nice?
Psychologists call it “antisocial punishment” or “do-gooder derogation.”
One in Ten People Struggle to Recognize Their Emotions
"There’s just a mess of feelings inside me that I don’t interpret properly, or respond to properly.”
We Asked Experts How to Let Go of Grudges
Advice to get you over the hurdles holding you back.
Men Hide Their Anxiety Behind These Tell-Tale Behaviors
"When you try to stuff anxiety down, it just re-emerges in a different form."
'Geraldine in the Closet,' Today's Comic by Valentine Gallardo
Geraldine does not want to come out of the closet.