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INDIANAPOLIS– From the pandemic to divisive politics, you may be feeling angry these days. But you’re not alone. Anger is a powerful emotion that can be motivating, but it can also be destructive and harmful to ourselves and others. Often the underlying emotion behind anger is fear. So how can we get a hold of our anger before it gets out of control? Dr. Alice Fong has several ways to manage our anger in a healthier way.