18 Questions That Everyone's Too Afraid to Ask
Leigh Newman comes up with the intimidating but crucial ideas we all need to examine. Take the plunge. It may change your life.
Ah, inner rage. It feels cathartic for a little while, especially when you're making complex but incredibly insightful points with lots of subpoints and bullets and footnotes. But after a while, the process blackens the mind. What would happen if you dealt with your anger beyond the silent borders of your brain? This doesn't necessarily require a confrontation with the object of your fury. It means figuring out why you're so angry with her (or him) and why you feel you can't bring it up.
Note: This directive applies even if the person you're yelling at is yourself.