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Anger on Twitter
Source: Martin, R. C. (2014). [Online Anger Consequences]. Unpublished raw data.
For more on this, check out Interactive Infographic: Five Facts About Anger on Twitter

alltherage:

Anger on Twitter

Source: Martin, R. C. (2014). [Online Anger Consequences]. Unpublished raw data.

For more on this, check out Interactive Infographic: Five Facts About Anger on Twitter

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David Boudreaux, an advanced doctoral student working at the Anger and Traffic Psychology Lab, was recently interviewed about his work on anger by All the Rage.

Not all anger is bad for us. Mild to moderate anger is not only normal, it can be healthy.

stopbullying:

Words can hurt. And they have consequences, even if they are sent online or via text. Learn more about cyberbullying.

stopbullying:

Words can hurt. And they have consequences, even if they are sent online or via text. Learn more about cyberbullying.

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The Community Counseling and Assessment Clinic at the University of Southern Mississippi has a new blog providing mental health news and tips for promoting health and wellness.

"Anger is an acid that can do more harm to the vessel in which it is stored than to anything on which it is poured."

— Mark Twain

I was interviewed last week by a reporter with El Observador, a newspaper in Uruguay. The article addressed anger in the context of a recent incident during which Uruguayan soccer player, Luis Suárez, bit a player during a match between Liverpool and Chelsea.