As a culture we swing from being afraid of anger to romanticizing it. I try to see anger for what it is, in myself, and neither fear it nor idealize it. We might romanticize the idea of being in touch with our anger, but in fact we don’t really enjoy the effects of anger. If... Continue Reading →
Around the web this first week of 2010
So many early this week I'll do two posts. This is part one. Will put part two on Friday as usual. Some of the articles/etc. that called out to be shared: You may be more racist than you think, study says - CNN.com -- Would you get upset if you witnessed an act of racism? A... Continue Reading →
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