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The growing popularity of ‘anger rooms’ reflects the world we live in today.
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Pro-tips on anger management.
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This election has been, for many of us, a wake-up call. Not the joyful wake-up call of birds on your windows, entreating you to open your eyes to the sunrise over mountaintops, not the wake up of roos...
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You can control your anger, but what will you do? You will suppress it. And what happens when you suppress a certain thing? The direction of its movement changes: it was going out, and if you suppress it, it starts going in -- just its direction changes. And for anger to go out was good, because the poison needs to be thrown out.
When I was growing up, I vividly remember my mom once saying, "I thought I'd never get angry at my child, but look at what you just made me do?" So right then I knew that the never-getting-angry-at-kids thing does not work. Thanks mom! Mom hadn't read any parenting books. In fact, I doubt the term "parenting" had been coined yet. You didn't spend hours on the internet researching behavioural milestones and you certainly didn't spare a second thought to the "tight scolding" you just gave.
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This study might leave you with mixed emotions. Gallup's latest study of the world's most emotional countries shows that Latin America leads the pack with Bolivia and El Salvador ranking as the happie...
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Healing is a painful process but if you can go through every stage, and remain vested in the journey, then the road ahead will get easier. The first thing is to grieve, and to deal with your anger.
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When two people initially develop a loving relationship, the bond seems uncleavable. But all too often, the love melts away, leaving behind an ugly puddle of contempt. Why do we end up in a situation, where in spite of searching, we are unable to find a single good quality in the person we once loved?
Each encounter with Kailash Satyarthi leaves an indelible mark on me -- his quiet persona is calming, his smile infectious. He is a serious man but he speaks light-heartedly. It is impossible not to be won over by his slow, deliberate manner of speaking. So I was surprised when he chose to speak about anger at the TED conference last month in Vancouver.