Rage Becomes Her: The Power of Women's Anger by Soraya Chemaly | Conversation Starters
Anger is a useful instrument if used consciously and intentionally. It is a signal for the injustice that happens and initiates change. If anger is controlled and belittled by culture and society, it will limit women's power, preventing them from becoming fully human. Author Soraya Chemaly advises women to hold on to their anger instead of letting it go. There are many things to be angry about. She also suggests that women work with other women to channel their rage in a productive manner. She says women have the power to change the world and their lives. Rage Becomes Her is cited as a Best Book for 2018 by The Washington Post, NPR, Psychology Today, and Book Riot.
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