Hot Stuff to Help Kids Chill Out: The Anger Management Book

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LGR Publishing, Incorporated, 1997 - Family & Relationships - 58 pages
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Written directly to kids in grades 4 to 12, of special interest to readers are the ways anger messes up their lives. Child psychologist Jerry Wilde discusses the causes of anger in relation to Rational Emotive Theory. Exercises in the books will help kids think clearly and be less hostile.

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User Review  - Ms Anderson - Goodreads

I found the writing style a bit patronizing, but I'm not exactly the target audience, either. I think the information is valid, and the techniques actually made me think about what I do when I'm angry--how I deal with it in my head, so it's not a terrible book. Read full review

Review: Hot Stuff to Help Kids Chill Out: The Anger Management Book

User Review  - Megan Anderson - Goodreads

I found the writing style a bit patronizing, but I'm not exactly the target audience, either. I think the information is valid, and the techniques actually made me think about what I do when I'm angry--how I deal with it in my head, so it's not a terrible book. Read full review

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About the author (1997)

Wilde is an assistant professor of educational psychology at Indiana University East.

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