Anger Management: The Lord's Way

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Tate Publishing, 2012 - Self-Help - 196 pages
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Everyone needs Anger Management ...The Lord's Way because anger deludes us all. On a scale of 1-10 and 10 being ready to explode; where are you? Do you feel resentment about the economy, a relationship or your past?
People sometimes feel like past emotional hurts keep repeating in different relationships. Are there characteristics in your relationships today that remind you of your past?
Memories affect how we prioritize our day. Do you control current relationships to battle repeating past hurts?
We often feel like there is a connection between someone new and our own past. How many of your failings to forgive and reconcile manifest desire in you to push someone else away or focus attention on them to draw them closer to you?
Addiction sometimes stems from deep unresolved pain. Do you use people, places, or things to make yourself feel better?
Anger Management: The Lord's Way is about how a six-figure-income earner and admired family man allowed the pain of a past relationship to corrupt his thinking to the point that he acted out in anger and vengeance. Mark brings you through key thoughts and feelings that he has learned to recognize and internalize over the past 7 years of therapy and treatment programs in just a short 4 hour read. Do you live in a war zone filled with resentment, or a haven of rest and trust?
The main purpose for this work is to help readers navigate the pitfalls and destruction of rejection and emotional pain in their lives; increasing the depth of intimacy they feel with their mates; and advancing the keys to understanding how to overcome rejection, abandonment and financial pressures.
 

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Contents

Preface
11
Further Reading
127
Acknowledgments
133
Dedication
139
Table of Contents
141
Foreword
143
Mans Role
145
Setting the Stage
151
Pharaoh and USA
153
The Rule of 72
159
Middle Ground
163
One Outcome from Both Inflation or Deflation
173
Creating the Elusive StopValve
181
Living through Liquidation and Consolidation
189
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