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How to Use Anger to Evolve Your Relationships

What a stressful housemate relationship taught me about using anger as a catalyst for change

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The best lesson I got on handling anger came from the worst housemate I’ve ever had.

I was 24 and jumped at an unbelievably good apartment deal with a girl I vaguely knew from college. Shortly after I moved…

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Katie Critelli

Katie Critelli

I write about women’s health, culture, and the power of healing and reclaiming your body

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