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Sometimes it’s a good idea to be angry with yourself. But when?
by Laura Silva
From the erotic to the political – the legacy of Audre Lorde
by Myisha Cherry
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