Margaret Atwood Isn’t Angry — She’s Energized – Anxy Magazine – Medium: "“Well, I think there’s creative anger and destructive anger,” Atwood tells me.
I can tell I’m going to be settling in for a detailed explanation.
She explains that “creative anger” occurs when you’re able to channel it “without panicking,” and create a system, a series of steps to achieve a goal outside of anger. But “destructive anger,” she tells me, is when “you shout out all around you” and direct your feelings of rage and anger at an object “which doesn’t deserve it.”"
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