Unoffendable - Session 3: The Psychological Effects of Anger
Unoffendable (Brant Hansen) • 17m
It’s easy to see the connection between anger and stress in people. Those who deal with a lot of anger and choose to hold onto it typically also feel very stressed. The message of this study is not that we should never get angry. Rather, it’s that we should stop holding on to anger—stop carrying it with us.
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