Many of us believe that outrage is an appropriate response to what appears to be a selfishly motivated refusal to wear a mask, but is it?
Americans are mad – fist-fighting, protesting mad. And that's just how politicians want voters in election season. But the popular anger stoked by candidates doesn't just dissipate after the campaign.
The study examined patterns of Twitter rage in hot and cold weather. Given anger spreads through online communities faster than any other emotions, the findings are important.
Grief encompasses our emotional responses to change and loss, and children's grief might be expressed in what psychiatrist Elisabeth Kübler-Ross described as the five common stages of grief.
Gratitude has a strong connection to well-being, but more than that, two psychologists say, it could have a powerful effect on others. So, don't hold back when it comes to expressing it.
A psychologist explains how to reestablish civil political conversation in your own life.
'The Lion King' illustrates how a child moves through five stages of grief with the support of loving friends, family and community.
Into the emotional wilderness of 21st-century society, a marketplace has sprung up with places where people can safely vent.
Older people may be vulnerable to the physiological effects of anger, but not sadness.
Climate change is an emergency which will hurt the planet's most vulnerable people – the only irrational response is cool detachment.
Humiliation can lead to conflict both within and between countries. President Trump's use of humiliation should be of concern to both America and the world.
The violence of the protests that have gripped France, known as the gilets jaunes, is rooted in personal passion and anger.
With the exception of anger, women experience emotions more intensely and share their emotions more openly with others.
Hiding feelings can cause distress in children too.
Jamie Carragher blamed a moment of madness for spitting at car passengers. But where do these moments come from?
Talking about mental health challenges is not always so easy for young immigrant and refugee men in Canada, according to research from the University of British Columbia.
Anger can help you in negotiations but it might get you fired if you don't learn your triggers and how to control it.
A lot of moral outrage has been expressed lately – over Trump's travel ban and other issues. The expression of such outrage is more than a response to perceived injustice.
A unique poll from Penn State’s McCourtney Institute for Democracy tracks how the nation is feeling.
The issues of accessibility, communication and connection are especially relevant when it comes to understanding why so many people vent their spleen on social media.