Brothers on the Mend: Understanding and Healing Anger for African-American Men and Women

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Pocket Books, 1998 - Family & Relationships - 267 pages
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The author, a prominent expert on stress and management, shows African-American men how to heal themselves--and those who love them. From the practical to the spiritual, for managing anger, coping with stress, and having less conflict in relationships, Dr. Ernest Johnson offers a wide variety of prescriptive measures.

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Brothers on the mend: understanding and healing anger for African-American men and women

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Psychologist Johnson offers hope for men trying to cope with anger, showing how it can be used to build a life filled with love, self-respect, and peace. Read full review

Contents

Why Are Black Men Angry?
3
Can a Single Mother Raise
31
Stretching the Family Roots
48
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About the author (1998)

ERNEST H. JOHNSON is Associate Professor of Family Medicine and Director of Behavioral Medicine Research at Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta.

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