“Word rage” is how my friend and preaching colleague, Wilson Adams, framed it. I don’t know if he coined the term or not, but it’s descriptive of a pervasive problem among people.
In a recent facebook post Wilson wrote, “Social media is becoming akin to the psychological phenomenon of road rage. Psychologists tell us when some get behind the wheel of a car, their personality morphs into unrestrained aggressiveness. Suddenly the mild-mannered become the wild-mannered. Oddly, the driver’s seat gives them permission to see red.” Continue reading