Anger: Taming the Beast : a Step-by-step Program for People with Explosive Anger and Those who Find it Difficult to Express Anger
The author of the bestselling "Anxiety, Phobias, and Panic" offers a groundbreaking program for understanding and managing anger calmly and effectively.
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Where Does the Beast Come From?
Facing the Beast
The Nature of the Beast
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