Author: Jean Baker Miller, M.D.

This paper examines how women and men are socialized differently to express anger, and the constraints placed on such expressions. The constraints for women are different, and more restrictive, than those for men. A new conceptualization, acceptance, and constructive use of anger could lead both women and men to more honest, direct communication and action.

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