According to a new survey of two thousand people, British citizens spend an average of three and a half years being angry throughout their lifetime. The time distribution works down to about an hour and nineteen minutes a day of anger and the most common causes of this anger are common frustrations such as bad customer service or poorly automated phone systems. Work, money, and family problems were included in the survey but none of them made even the top ten for sources of anger. Complaining psychology shows that American citizens are similarly affected by minor irritants.
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