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originally posted by: In4ormant
I almost......wait...here it comes...almost there...........bah, I lost it.
Anybody have a f@ck to loan me?
I'm all out.
originally posted by: Illumimasontruth
I 1st have to admit I am IND. Personally, I believe Trump was part of furthering the agenda for TPTB. Many realize Trump was a small part of the Clintons circle for a number of years. TPTB won either way, regardless of election results. HRC wins, more of the same. Good for TPTB. Trump wins, many people lose their minds and things get far more extreme on both sides. Then mix in some great controversy over results. America, and it seems all Western society, becomes even more divided. Great for TPTB. Sure makes me wonder... My 2 cents worth. Eager to see more opinions here.
Anger problems can make your anxiety worse. If you’re a worrier, it’s important to note that anxiety and anger can go hand-in-hand. In a 2012 study published in the journal Cognitive Behavior Therapy, researchers found that anger can exacerbate symptoms of generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), a condition characterized by an excessive and uncontrollable worry that interferes with a person’s daily life. Not only were higher levels of anger found in people with GAD, but hostility — along with internalized, unexpressed anger in particular — contributed greatly to the severity of GAD symptoms.
Anger is also linked to depression. Numerous studies have linked depression with aggression and angry outbursts, especially in men. “In depression, passive anger — where you ruminate about it but never take action — is common,” says Aiken. His No. 1 piece of advice for someone struggling with depression mixed with anger is to get busy and stop thinking so much.