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Controlling Emotions: A Lesson from Angry Birds

Do angry birds have a choice to be angry?

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Visitor Comments: 12

(11) Anonymous, May 9, 2014 2:23 PM

sublimate anger with creativity or sports

playing sports doing gymnastics or yoga stretching wil quiet all anger. so too arts crafts kids love.

(10) Anonymous, June 12, 2013 7:03 AM

short videos suitable for children

It would be great if you would put up suitable videos on these subjects for children. My grandchildren are always so angry - which they learn from home - I would love to be able to influence them with something meaningful to watch on the computer.

(9) Colonel, May 24, 2013 7:20 AM

Idealistic but...

In this video Angry birds can feel reality the angry "birds" against Israel don't feel the same kindness. They just wanted to wipe out the entire Isreael and jews. It's funny we Christians and jews dwelll in peace campaign while the other side is aggressively exapnding their savage culture and so called religion. You can hear the sound of a clap when two hands join together. What if the other hand wants to destroy you? Sure I can appreciate the video, but it's more like a realm of fantasy. Si vis pacem, para bellum

(8) Feigele, May 8, 2013 12:44 AM

Uncontrolled Anger

Yes, there are many legitimate reasons for being angry but we should not seek justice ourselves, instead we should leave it to the proper authorities. Anger could turn against us if not controlled properly.

(7) Stuart Rosenthal, May 7, 2013 6:21 PM

Feelings and action are "birds of a different feather."

We must differentiate between anger and what we do with it. Not allowing yourself to feel angry is self-destructive. What you do with your anger afterwards is a different story

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