Some emotions seem to be more ‘elastic’ than others
New research findings suggest that guilt behaves like an on-off switch whereas anger is more elastic and dial-controlled
by Matt Huston
Sometimes it’s a good idea to be angry with yourself. But when?
When you have only yourself to blame, it might be useful to be angry at yourself, without feeling guilty or ashamed
by Laura Silva
How to be angry
Anger is a fuel that’s dangerous when out of control. But managed well, it can energise you to identify and confront problems
by Ryan Martin
From the erotic to the political – the legacy of Audre Lorde
The legacy of Audre Lorde is in the ‘freedom manual’ of her writings on the feminist politics of anger and the erotic
by Myisha Cherry
Violence and aggression
What do you really want when you want to get your revenge?
An evolutionary deterrent and a defence of one’s honour, revenge is relatively harmless – until it’s exacted on the innocent
by Renée Danziger