New Public Service Announcement Provokes Your Audience to Think Before they Act

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Everyone gets irritated now and then. But the occurrences of rage-filled outbursts at schools, in the workplace, and in homes are escalating—with one in five Americans diagnosed with an anger problem.

Each year in the United States, approximately 1.5 million people are the victims of violent crimes.

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Everyone gets irritated now and then. But the occurrences of rage-filled outbursts at schools, in the workplace, and in homes are escalating—with one in five Americans diagnosed with an anger problem. The public service announcement campaign, Is it Worth it.org?, was created to examine some of the causes of anger, inform people of what they are doing to themselves and others through their repressed and festering issues with anger, and compel them to seek guidance for any inability to control this destructive emotion.

Each year in the United States, approximately 1.5 million people
are the victims of violent crimes.

From all appearances, it seems as if people are less able to manage their feelings of outrage and resentment. Instead of thinking about the consequences of their actions and channeling their emotions into positive solutions, people are acting out their destructive urges and creating lifelong implications. This pattern is then perpetuated and intensified in subsequent generations.

This campaign will help your audience manage their feelings and eliminate the negative consequences of momentary misguided behaviors. It would be a great service to provide your listeners, viewers, and readers with this important and culturally relevant information.

All the videos and audio files can be seen at http://www.isitworthit.org.

These files are downloadable from our FTP site:

FTP Host Address: ftp://itm.streamos.upload.akamai.com
Username: angerpsa
Password: PSA123

*It can also be used with any poplular FTP client.

The overall goal of this campaign is to help our culture overcome feelings of rage, teaching the next generation how to respond to frustration with wisdom. We sincerely appreciate your time and consideration regarding the use of this public service announcement through your media outlet.

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