What would cause a person to strap explosives around his body, walk into a crowded room, and kill?
What would bring a postal worker to the point of revisiting the site of his firing and take human life?
What would put a teenager on the street in prostitution?
What would send a college senior into a classroom with random murder on his mind?
Yes, but a certain kind of anger – unresolved anger. And if you follow the breadcrumb trail backwards from the point of destructive anger, you will probably find unresolved loss. Something important has been lost and we are powerless to get it back, heal it, fix it, or protect it. And we are angry.