"Anger happens when we feel the need to stand up for ourselves and is a protest about suffering."
Seeing red can lead to positive change, as we learn in the latest episode of Am I Making You Uncomfortable?
Some children are coping with their Covid-19 anxiety with aggressive behaviour. Here's how to help your kid cope.
There's plenty of rage floating around right now. But what can you do with it?
Therapists offer their best tips on calming yourself down when you've blown your top.
Two therapists weigh in on the pros and cons of venting. It turns out there's a knack to it.
Because experts say that it truly does not work.
In 2015, there were 7,224 such incidents. In 2018, this doubled to 14,133.
He said he had 'spoken in anger'.
Scientists have worked out how to avoid rage when your stomach rumbles.