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In the lighthearted comedy Anger Management, a mild-mannered man ends up getting into a fight and is eventually ordered by a judge to undergo anger management therapy. But unlike in the movie, anger is no laughing matter.
Studies indicate increased incidents of angry outbursts on planes, in workplaces, and on the highway. And media coverage of incidents like a father fatally attacking another parent at his son's hockey game, points to an increasing need for permanent solutions to stem the tide of anger that threatens to get out of control.
Anger isn't where it's at
with contributions from Jayne Rattman, Ruth Schulman, Michael Born, Sally Hundley, David K. Martin
items of interest
with contributions from Diane Haag, Carol Lowes
A HEALING RESPONSE to anger
By Barbara Vining
A healing link between two brothers
By Tad Weber
By Lori White
SHORTENING the journey to health
By Richard Bergenheim
FARMING FROM a spiritual perspective
By Gilles Roch
By Gail Gilliland
At the edge of the forest—prayer for fire safety
By Suzanne Paddock
Love outshines racial and ethnic differences
By Annette Falisi
Waiting for the butterflies
By Kim Shippey Senior Writer
On the California recall
By Channing Walker
Recurring airsickness healed
Skin spots disappear