Calming the Family Storm: Anger Management for Moms, Dads, and All the Kids

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Impact Publishers, 2004 - Family & Relationships - 306 pages
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Anger and confrontation are a part of our lives, like it or not. Every normal family will experience anger, but the reward for families that learn how to deal effectively with that anger is a healthier, happier family environment. Calming the Family Storm is a practical manual of helpful aids for handling the inevitable anger that every family experiences. Helps families work on the changes that will result in less anger, more effective expression of the anger that you do experience, and a happier and more harmonious family life.

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Contents

One Big Happy Family or Is It?
1
The Anatomy of Anger
4
First Steps
27
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Gary D. McKay, PhD (Tucson, Arizona) is the co-author of twelve books and programs, including How You Feel is Up To You , Raising Respectful Kids In a Rude World and Systematic Training for Effective Parenting (STEP) , the world's leading parent education program. He is a retired psychologist and a diplomate in Adlerian Psychology (North American Society of Adlerian Psychology - NASAP) who conducts workshops for his publications in North America and Europe. Steven A. Maybell, PhD (Kirkland, Washington) is clinical director for Youth Eastside Services in Bellevue, Washington, a therapist in private practice, and a teacher of Adlerian Psychology in training institutes and universities throughout the country. He holds diplomates in Adlerian Psychology (NASAP), Professional Psychotherapy (IABMCP), Clinical Social Work (NASW), and is an Approved Supervisor of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy. Dr. Maybell is a co-author of Raising Respectful Kids In a Rude World .

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