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The Myth of Anger Management


Stories of men’s anger and the ways it wreaks havoc in families and communities are legendary. Turn on the TV and see anger and violence, usually perpetrated by men, glorified from the gridiron to the silver screen.  It is true that many men struggle with anger, appearing in the forms of everything from isolation and silent scorn to rage. But why? Is it because men are just biologically predisposed toward anger? Because we are raging with testosterone? Because we are inveterate assholes? Some…