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Your Addiction to Outrage is Ruining Your Life

The anger feels so good, but it’s insidious

In 2020, outrage is the latest drug of society. It’s more acceptable than alcohol and it’s more addictive than anything you can swallow, smoke or inject, because while heroin or methamphetamine are clearly harmful, anger feels so damn righteous.




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Pete Ross

Pete Ross

Author, occasional ranter. Athlete and soldier in a previous life. 15x Top Writer on my mom’s fridge.

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