Exploring Your Anger: Friend Or Foe?
Dealing with anger is one of the most common counseling problems among Christians. Is anger harmful or helpful? What does it mean, and where does it come from? How can we handle our emotions and move from anger to forgiveness? This book is designed as a useful tool both for those who struggle with anger and for counselors who need a practical and accessible handout for their counselees. In "Exploring Your Anger," the authors use true-to-life situations to illustrate the dynamics of anger and to help the reader understand, manage, and respond to anger. In a readable, nontechnical narrative style, they stress that the cause and expression of anger are unique to each individual. Detailed questions following each chapter enable readers to reflect on their own personal experiences and provide thoughtful material for counseling sessions.
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