New research highlights how anyone can train their creative muscles by rethinking the anxiety, frustration and anger they encounter in daily life.
The best way to manage anger is to try to reduce the likelihood that these situations will arise. But even so, having a plan for what can you do when anger strikes is important.
Americans voters are angry about everything from abortion to inflation. While anger is good for voter turnout, it’s ultimately bad for solving problems in a democracy.
Some might argue ‘moral enhancement’ medicine already exists — such as when we take medicine that alters our brain chemistry. Where do we draw a line?
Don’t fear emotions such as regret, anger or worry.
Visual references to mythological and popular culture figures of female anger abound in the latest Dr. Strange movie.
Finding ways to make talking about diversity less of a confrontation and more of a dialogue is crucial.
Violent crime causes untold harm and anger is known to fuel violence. But recent research suggests that the way anger and crime tie together in youth is a bit more complicated than expected.
For the first time, an IPCC climate report has assessed evidence that weather and climate extremes are already affecting mental health — and are likely to worsen.
Although anger is often an appropriate response to mistreatment, that doesn’t mean we always identify the source of the wrong or injustice correctly.
Hostile partners can experience jumps in stress and blood pressure after an argument. But there are ways to cool conflicts, even during a pandemic holiday season.
Ultra-processed foods high in sugar, fat and empty carbs are bad for the mind as well as the body. Lack of micronutrients affects brain function and influences mood and mental health symptoms.
The anti-vax movement is no longer fuelled purely by fears about vaccines and harmful side-effects – there are other forces at play.
Some people may be spiteful to pull others down, while others act this way to get ahead.
A new study found that sales went down when salespeople conveyed emotion during their pitch – including expressions of happiness.
If the lessons of second wave feminism are any guide, Australian women now need to not only get angry, they need to get organised.
Scholars who study dangerous speech have identified common themes that can lead to violence.
For many, New Year’s resolutions do not last more than a few days or weeks. A theologian writes how we can learn from the challenges and reflections of Saint Ignatius.
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.