Why We Snap: Understanding the Rage Circuit in Your Brain

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A book that claims to uncover what causes seemingly normal people to either burst out in terrible acts of violence and anger or act out in extreme heroism. It claims to answer the question whether we are in full control of our actions.

What makes this book stand out?

The conclusion the book draws about rage and how it attempts to make society understand that rage is a capacity we all possess, rather than something which only exists in people with mental health issues. A book that is one of the best books to read about the topic.

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An essential reading, written engagingly and providing practical advice on how readers can recognize and prevent the nine triggers.

Don't read it for

The book strays away at times from its main objective of rage to detailed heroic pursuits and wartime stories.

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