Anger Management For Dummies

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Wiley, Mar 16, 2010 - Self-Help - 360 pages
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Everyone gets angry. And in a turbulent economy where finances are stretched, property prices waver and unemployment booms, blowing a fuse is par for the course. But you don't have to take it out on others! Anger Management For Dummies, UK Edition shows you how to work through feelings of rage, emerge from the red mist, and lead a healthier, happier and more positive life.

This fully adapted UK edition guides you through ways to recognise and deal with the underlying causes of anger at work, in relationships and in your personal life - and teaches you how to stay positive in spite of all the stresses and strains life throws your way. From letting go of resentments, preventing new rage and dealing with the anger of others, to improving self-expression, honing spiritual calm and getting a good night's sleep, this user-friendly guide tackles the latest anger-busting exercises and therapies (including CBT) and demonstrates how to deal with anger constructively.

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There are good advice and techniques but the problem stems from remembering to use them. In anger management the techniques should be like second nature otherwise it is rendered useless. I therefore ... Read full review

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This is a remarkable book. It explains how anger (like fear) is not bad…nor is it good. It is.
We need to learn t respect it, use it and harness it. Control it? Perhaps, but letting it control you…that is a recipe for disaster!

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About the author (2010)

Gillian Bloxham, CPsychol is a Chartered Psychologist and an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society. Gillian teaches on university courses, to charity organisations such as MIND and to non-health agencies including the police and local government.

W. Doyle Gentry, PhD, is a Clinical Psychologist and Director of the Institute for Anger-Free Living.

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