Linda Lewis Griffith

August 12, 2014 7:19 AM

Chronic anger threatens health

Chronic anger is an emotional cancer that contaminates all corners of our well-being. It often begins with an identifiable incident, such as an insult or infidelity. Then, it’s fed by relentless recaps that embellish the image with added drama and pathos. The incident quickly gains a life of its own and spawns feelings that far outweigh the original situation.

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