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You didn’t have the privilege of being exposed to gamma rays but still you turn yourself into the Hulk at the slightest provocation—leading you to beat up a traffic enforcer in broad daylight, among other things. Right, Robert Blair Carabuena.
We tell you now that that there’s nothing very superhero about being angry every time; in fact, it could kill you faster than you can say “gago ka pala eh!” All that rage takes it toll on your body that before you know it your heart and brain can’t keep up, and you get a heart attack or a stroke. In fact, frequent rage is a disease doctors already have a name for: intermittent explosive disorder. And you thought it was just the MMDA that ticks you off. But you can defuse it with these thougtful how-tos.