Anger

Asking for a friend

This Is What Road Rage Does to Your Body

Pretty much everyone has been angry behind the wheel, but outbursts (on or off the road) may not be great for you. This is what road rage can do to your brain and body.
Carson Kessler
8.22.18
psychology

This Is What it Means if Slow Walkers Make You Furious

Researchers are starting to take pedestrian aggression more seriously.
Mark Hay
8.20.18
psychology

Why Do We Dislike People Who Seem Too Nice?

Psychologists call it “antisocial punishment” or “do-gooder derogation.”
Jesse Hicks
7.23.18
mind

One in Ten People Struggle to Recognize Their Emotions

"There’s just a mess of feelings inside me that I don’t interpret properly, or respond to properly.”
Emma Young
5.30.18
mental health

Men Hide Their Anxiety Behind These Tell-Tale Behaviors

"When you try to stuff anxiety down, it just re-emerges in a different form."
Ellen Hendriksen
2.5.18
mental health

The 'Woke' Men on TV Still Have a Long Way to Go

Schmidt from 'New Girl' desperately needs therapy.
Austin Williams
Rajul Punjabi
1.8.18
Trumpocalypse

Just by Being President, Trump Is Making Us All Less Healthy

The current atmosphere of fear and hostility can lead to stress, increased risk for disease, babies born too early, and premature death.
Jesse Hicks
6.7.17
It's Science

How to Become an Internet Troll in Five Easy Steps

New research shows that just about anyone will post a vile comment on the internet.
Denny Watkins
2.21.17
mental health

The Healthiest Way to Channel Your Trump Rage

It's natural to feel monstrously pissed off right now. What you do with that feeling makes all the difference.
Lou Schuler
1.19.17