There’s an article about ‘pangry,’ as in ‘pandemic angry’, in the Seattle Times. ‘Research has shown an increase in frustration, agitation and anger throughout the course of the COVID-19 pandemic,’ ST reports. ‘Pandemic anger, or “panger,” is a real mental health concern many people are dealing with… Feeling these emotions is perfectly natural response, however, we want to help people cope and respond in healthy ways,” says Dr. Patrick Bigaouette, a psychiatrist. “Yelling at others, dwelling on the situation or shutting down can negatively affect one’s health, work and relationships.”’
Here’s the full story.
What do you think about ‘pangriness’? We’ll talk about it in The Mirror. See the menu item for ‘eWorkshops’ at Kismuth Books. Here’s a link.