Are you speaking of anger or mental illness? I took an abnormal psychology course, and generally the term “mad” is deemed politically incorrect to describe someone with a serious mental condition. So, I assume you are speaking about anger over the things that people are doing to the earth. Although there are several reasons why I should be angry, I find that anger does little good in the end. People can choose how they want to respond to a stimulus, and I choose to take action rather than sit around letting the neurotransmitters that we associate with anger build up in my system. Prolonged anger is closely related to stress, which can have negative effects on one’s health because it increases blood pressure and may cause one to intake more calories than one needs. I have heard many of my fellow environmental activists say that they once suffered health problems as a result of their anger, but doing something about it helped to relieve their symptoms.
well done, happyhodges.
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