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There’s a Better Way to Vent Your Frustration

Navigating the fine line between blowing off steam and stressing out everyone around you

Photo: Martin Barraud/Getty Images

It’s not exactly groundbreaking to say that unloading your frustrations on trusted ears can feel great. As anyone who’s ever railed about their crappy day at happy hour can attest, venting about a problem can sometimes be a solution in…

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Anna Goldfarb

Anna Goldfarb

Writes about relationships and pop psychology for The New York Times, Vice, and more. Author of “Clearly, I Didn’t Think This Through.” Lives in Philly.

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