As an angry woman, this news is welcome.
My problem with the gym has always been that I love cardio, but find it incredibly boring to do cardio in a room filled with other people doing cardio. Walking into a gym right after work alongside a rush of folks with the same idea isn’t very appealing in itself. Behold! A line of sweaty health drones best…
Under the right circumstances, anyone can turn into the Hulk and get lost in their seething rage. While anger can make you look crazy and cause all sorts of problems, you can also use it to your advantage for a more productive life.
"There's nothing like seeing yourself in your kids," writes K.J. Dell'Antonia, "but what do you do when the part you see is exactly the part you hate most?" That part, for her, is rage.