BrainJams3Dec2005 on target with its message and focus
CNN reported earlier today that the Journal of Biological Psychiatry has published results of a research study from Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) that says people who react with angry expressions to stressful situations are less likely to suffer health related problems than those who react with fearful expressions....
"Analyses of facial expressions revealed that the more fear individuals displayed in response to the stressors, the higher their biological responses to stress. By contrast, the more anger and disgust (indignation) individuals displayed in response to the same stressors, the lower their responses."Seems my thought that "Anger is a better emotion than worry" has actually been scientifically proven!
- Jennifer Lerner, Carnegie Mellon University