Which of the following statements best represents the implied thesis of "Taming the Anger Monster"?
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1.While technology has its positive aspects, it has made us constrantly available to others and frustrates us with the need to master its endless new developments.
People today have lost their ability to control their anger and to behave in a civil fashion.
Anger would last only a few seconds if we didn't keep it going with negative thinking.
Our out-of-control anger has understandable causes, but common sense and patience are more satisfying than outbursts of rage.
I have seen many questions from you related to ELA. This website is called web2.0CALC. not web2.0ELA or anything like that.
Don't post questions from your ELA class onto this site. It takes up a slot in the questions, which could push someones MATH question aside. Two, why do you expect a community of amature mathmaticians, (not the smart ones), to answer an ELA Question?