Anger usually has the stereotypical image of someone being extremely upset with something or someone, ready to attack with physical indications like red eyes and flared nostrils and arched eyebrows. Nevertheless, it has always been shown as a negative emotion. But then one looks at certain instances where anger seems the most appropriate in the situation, often appreciated as a symbol of awareness and sensitivity.
Thousands of Facebook 'likes' on the page of a soap opera tells us it's pretty famous. And then there are further 'likes' on the photos of the cast, maybe because the audience loves the team together.
Almost everyone is aware of the biological benefits of laughter. Much more interesting is the way humor is conceptualized and used by people in general and the findings of various researchers regarding humor's nature as a personality trait, coping mechanism, a competence, an emotion based temperament, an aesthetic preference or a virtue.
Garima loves the late night horror series on her favorite channel. She never misses them, even if she has to manage her homework or give up on her sleep. Interestingly, she seeks out the scariest serials and watches them even if she ends up crying in the middle of the night due to fright.