Anger can actually be a good thing, says UW-Green Bay Prof. Ryan Martin (Psychology) in an interview with BYU Radio. “We often think of anger as a bad thing – it can make us mean and reckless and lead us to believe that the idiot cutting us off in traffic is a monster. And it’s even worse on the internet. But anger expert Ryan Martin says we’re overlooking the emotion’s power for good.” See more via Episode – BYUradio.
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