Displaying your anger can be good for you, study suggests

The Daily Telegraph (of London) reports:

A new study by the Harvard Study of Adult Development found that those who keep a check on their frustrations are at least three times more likely to admit they have disappointing personal lives and have hit a glass ceiling in their career.

But those who let their anger out in a constructive manner were more likely to be professionally well-established, as well as enjoy emotional and physical intimacy with loved ones.


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