Albert Ellis. Famous and very old psychologist. Pioneered a cognitive behavioral approach to psychology. Basically, it boils down to "think clearly and you won't piss yourself off so much." A lesson that I've been learning and relearning every since I first did therapy about 18 years ago. One of the first thing I learned was — you can "right" on the facts but still "wrong" in terms of psychological health. Usually, it means you're missing the point. For some reason, I keep forgetting this. For some reason, it's easy in the blogosphere, when you're often reading others' thought distortions.