Video #1 Anger researcher Ryan Martin studies what makes people mad and the cognitive processes behind anger , an evolutionary advantage--a powerful and healthy force in your life." Ted Talk July 2019 13 min.
Video #2 How do we create a healthier relationship with anger? Most of us either stuff our anger or we suddenly find ourselves erupting in rage. Juna Mustad reveals how neuroscience and mindfulness techniques can help us unlock the power of the world's most stigmatized emotion, anger. |Tedx.com | May 2019 | 17 min
Use the Onion Tool to understand your anger.
"We think we're entitled to "righteous anger", but is it really so righteous? And does anger actually help us fight injustice?" Forgiveness in an Age of Anger | Brant Hansen | TEDxHarrisburg 11-2016 | 12 min.
A call to men: changing how we role model emotions.
Tony Porter is an author, educator, and activist working to advance gender and racial justice and create a more equitable society. Porter is internationally recognized for his efforts to prevent violence against women while promoting a healthy, respectful manhood. He is a leading voice on issues of manhood, male socialization, and preventing violence against all women and girls.
2010 | Tony Porter |Ted| 11 min
Performance psychologist Jessica Woods teaches you how to gain self-awareness of your feelings, avoid catching other people's emotions and perform at your peak – despite triggers from difficult people.
Ted.com | 12 minutes| September 2020.
Witnessing rude behavior — whether it's coming from angry customers berating a store clerk or airline passengers getting into a fistfight — can have long-lasting effects on our minds. But behavioral scientist Christine Porath says there are ways to shield ourselves from the toxic effects of incivility.
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