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Tue, Oct 3rd 2006

I've always been taught that it's a good thing not to repress my anger. However, I read in a recent book (Horward Cutler interviewing the Dalai Lama) that regular expression of anger can fuel the anger and make it worse. The two views appear to be totally contradictory. So who's right?

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