Dealing with Anger
This book takes an in-depth look at all aspects of anger. It includes anger as it relates to addictions, parenting issues and explores strategies for dealing with young children and teens. It also discusses triggers for anger such as environmental and work-related conditions that reflect changes in our economy and cause increased stress. This book is written in a conversational style, making it very reader-friendly. Many exercises are included to help readers process the information at a personal level. A "must read" for everyone!
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LongTerm Feelings of Anger
When Is Anger a Healthy Choice?
How Much Anger Is Okay?
Factors That Can Trigger the Anger Response
Anger and the Grieving Process
The Five Stages of Loss
What Does Anger Look Like?
The Visibility of Anger
Forms of Anger Expression
The Origins ofAnger
In the Animal Kingdom
What Do I Feel?
How to Heal an Unhealthy Childhood
How Do I Know Im Loved?
Why Do We Choose Anger Behavior?
Depression as Frozen Anger
Anger and Addictions
Addictions and Unresolved Anger
SelfAssessment of a Potential Addiction Problem
The Costs and Benefits of Abstinence
Anger and Healthy Boundary Development
The Victimization Process
What Are Healthy Boundaries?
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