Anger Attacks Rampant Among U.S. Teens

Brian Kearney was an angry teenager. "There were lots of holes in my bedroom wall," said 21-year-old Kearney, recalling the "superhuman strength" that sent his VCR clear across the room. "I would say I was a little on edge." For Kearney, who also struggled with an eating disorder in his teens, anger was a way release the pressure of high school. "I didn't develop appropriate coping mechanisms," Kearney said. Nearly two-thirds of American teenagers admit to having "anger attacks" that...Full Story
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