Good article on meditation and how it can help one overcome anger and tempers over politics.
The article, ABC Anchor: How Meditation Helps Me Handle Angry Political News, by Dan Harris states,
“It’s not just about helping yourself; meditation allows you to contribute to the overall societal sanity quotient in ways that I believe can be genuinely impactful. When you’re blinded by outrage, you’re unable to understand the views of people with whom you disagree. A consistent meditation practice can give you the wherewithal to know your biases.”
Good article about Lent and Anger and how we can better control our emotions, not only for our health and the safety of others but also for our own spiritual development
The article, 5 Ways to reject unhealthy anger this Lent, by Sr. Theresa Aletheia Noble states
“Anger is all around us these days. The emotion of anger in itself is not a bad thing. Thomas Aquinas went so far as to say that not responding to something with anger can be a vice because sometimes reason demands anger at injustice and sin.”
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Short article with some anger management pointers to help calm a temper. As the article states a hot temper is serious. It has health issues as well. Stress management and anger management strategies can help
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Drivers with impulsive, angry personality characteristics are more likely than other drivers to engage in the kind of belligerent driving that potentially leads to accidents, a new study confirms. These conclusions could be used in designing more effective traffic safety publicity campaigns, authors say.
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