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Greta Thunberg Warns Us: Don't Underestimate 'The Force' Of Angry Kids

Climate change activist – super star – teenage, Greta Thunberg, warned critics not to “underestimate the force of angry kids” as she concluded a three-week yacht tour across the Atlantic. (What a petty way to have a ruined childhood)

What she may not know is that anger is a serious disorder that if not treated can have devastating consequences. According to a study conducted by the Harvard Medical School, published by Psych Guides in long and short terms,

Unresolved anger issues lead to anxiety, which can have long-term effects on your life. Immediate effects of anxiety might include dizziness, rapid breathing, nausea, muscle pain, muscle tension, headaches, and problems with concentration and memory. Such symptoms can make it difficult to perform routine tasks and can add to generalized anger about life.

Long-term anxiety can pose dangerous risks to your physical and emotional states. Individuals who suffer from long bouts of anxiety can be at a greater risk for strokes. Serious memory loss, chronic sleep disorders and relationship issues can also develop. Before your anger and anxiety wreak havoc with your entire life, find out what you can do to stop the cycle by calling .

Dear Greta,

You are too young to embrace anger as your trademark. Do yourself a favor and quit that. Here is a directory of Online Anger Management Classes that can help you to cope with that. https://www.verywellmind.com/best-online-anger-management-classes-4692060. You’ re welcome!

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