Over the past three years, I've had one major goal in my personal life: To stop being so angry.
Anger has been my emotional currency. I grew up in an angry home. Door slamming and phone throwing were basic means of communication.
I brought these skills to my 20-year marriage. "Why are you yelling?" my husband would say.
"I'm not," I'd retort. Oh wait. On second thought: "You're right. I am yelling."