Anger Habit: Proven Principles to Calm the Stormy Mind

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Sourcebooks, Inc., Aug 1, 2004 - Family & Relationships - 160 pages
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Carl Semmelroth's The Anger Habit is a leading anger-management book that is poised to become a major force in the category. This book is centered around the principle that for those who have anger problems, anger can be a learned response. Often the people with the problem don't realize that they are acting habitually, or why they are.

Semmelroth takes you step by step through the process of identifying and getting over the anger habit.

Case studies and stories show you how to avoid:
- Feelings of losing control
- Depression
- Panic
- Family battles
 

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Contents

Chapter 1The Anger Habit
1
Chapter 2About Anger
7
Chapter 3Warming Up to Anger
21
Chapter 4A Tool of Anger
37
Chapter 5Struggling for Control
49
Chapter 6Parenting Using Rules
59
Chapter 7Parenting With Reason
71
Chapter 8Communicating Without Effect
81
Chapter 9From Anger to Panic
93
Chapter 10The Guilties Fear and Remorse
107
Chapter 11Voluntary Living
119
Chapter 12Choices Beyond the Anger Habit
135
Index
143
About the Authors
147
Back Cover
148
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Carl Semmelroth, Ph.D., has maintained a mental health practice for more than twenty-five years in Michigan. He received his Ph.D. in psychology from the University of Michigan. He is the coauthor of The Anger Habit and the author of The Anger Habit Workbook.

Donald E.P. Smith is Emeritus Professor of Educational Psychology at the University of Michigan and the author of six books.

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