Prepositions - Besides

Prepositions - Besides

1. Besides means excepting.
Everyone besides me is at the beach.

2. Besides means in addition to.
Besides all of my friends, all of their brothers and sisters are there, too.
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    Myth about Anger

    NOT ALL ANGER IS UNHEALTHY OR DESTRUCTIVE

    Sometimes anger is definitely justified. For example, if you have been betrayed by a friend, or if you have been physically attacked by someone, or if there is a major social injustice these are all times where anger is appropriate. Biologically speaking, anger gets your adrenalin going, and spurs you into action. On the other hand, the hissy fits that people throw over minor irritations are both unhealthy and destructive. Anger has serious implications for your health. Research shows that among all the risk factors for heart disease, chronic anger is the most significant predictor more than smoking, obesity and high blood pressure. Temper tantrums and other fits of anger are rarely useful. In fact, they erode not only people s respect for you, but also your own self respect.

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