The past year gave us a lot of reasons to be angry, and all that frustration can be harmful to our mental health. We talk with a psychologist about how to manage anger and turn it into positive action. We’re also joined by a political scientist for an update on results from the presidential race.
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Where Things Stand With The General Election
We look at the latest results in the presidential and other uncalled races from the general election with a Wisconsin political scientist.
2020 Gave Us Many Reasons To Be Angry: Here's What To Do About It
Have you dealt with bad moods, moments of rage, or a general irritation this year? Many people have, due to the election, the pandemic, a job search, or the normal stress of life. We talk with a Wisconsin psychology professor about how to think about the anger in your life.
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