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Negative Post-Divorce Feelings: One Day They’re Going To Get The Best Of Me

I have guilt, I have entitlement, and I have anger. One day, one of those three things is going to get the better of me. Read...
Burn It Down: Women Writing about Anger

Burn It Down: Lilly Dancyger And Erin Khar Talk About Women And Anger

I sat down with Lilly Dancyger to talk about her anthology, Burn It Down: Women Writing about Anger. Read...
Artwork: Tess Emily Rodriguez

Ask Erin: I Need Help With My Anger Issues

For me, getting angry is really easy, and to get out of anger is really difficult. This has brought me problems with all the people around me.

I need to know how to express anger after sexual abuse. (Artwork: Tess Emily Rodriguez)

Ask Erin: I Need Help Expressing Anger After Sexual Abuse

I am unable to physically show any signs of anger — I’m too scared, too well-trained not to. I need to know how to express anger after sexual abuse.

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People are so awful sometimes; I wish it weren't true, but it is. 

If you're struggling today, I see you. If you're confused and angry and afraid, I understand.

Waking Up To The Mass Shooting In Las Vegas: I Just Want To Hug You

As I often do, I grabbed my phone to scroll through Facebook. There it was. The news. A mass shooting in Las Vegas.

Anger and blame aren’t helping you in any way, shape or form.

Reasons Some Women Hang Onto Blame And Anger After A Divorce

Sometimes a woman gets stuck in blame and anger after divorce because it’s far too painful to look at themselves and the role they played in the end of their marriage.

I wanted to reach inside myself and cut it away.

Erasing My Father’s Face From Mine

Little things, everything would annoy me. I couldn’t keep it down. I lost my temper, over and over. I felt the strain of it all, the sheer exhaustion of parenting two young kids. But it was more than that. This anger was reminiscent of something buried deep within me. A piece of my past that I’d buried down so far I didn’t even know it was there anymore.