Anger: Taming the Beast

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Kodansha America, Incorporated, 2002 - Self-Help - 304 pages

If you or someone you love is experiencing difficulty coping with their anger, this useful and practical book is the first place to turn to for help. With its clear, evenhanded approach, this book will show you
o Why you handle anger the way you do, and how to change
o How to manage anger in positive ways
o When anger is a fitting response
o How to express anger appropriately and effectively
o How to handle frustration and resolve conflicts
o How best to cope with stress, embarrassment, and shame

Whether you have an explosive temper or are brooding over suppressed anger, the questionnaires, step-by-step exercises, and strategies outlined in Anger: Taming the Beast will teach you how to change the way you experience and express anger. You will learn how to speak up strongly and effectively, set limits and say no to unreasonable demands, and relate your feelings to others without losing your cool.

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About the author (2002)

RENEAU Z. PEURIFOY, M.A., M.F.T., is an internationally recognized expert on anxiety and the author of the best-selling Anxiety, Phobias, & Panic. A marriage and family therapist, he designs and conducts programs on anxiety, anger, assertiveness, and stress management. He lives with his wife and two children in California.

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