Faces of Anger

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Athena Press, Nov 12, 2004 - Psychology - 144 pages
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Love, famously, is a many-splendoured thing, but the variety of anger we can feel rarely receives such thorough attention. In her fascinating work, Carol Bulkeley corrects this common human oversight by drawing on both her personal experience and that of the giants of her field to explain the far-reaching effects of our anger on all aspects of our lives. As well as being an incisive investigation of the rhyme and reason behind human behaviour, this work is a light at the end of a long dark tunnel for people oppressed by uncontrollable emotion. In a journey through the various torments of self-repression, the author highlights the many forms that anger can take and the myriad ways in which we can address it. Even the calmest of people will find elements of themselves in this work, along with sound advice to help them control their darkness and make the most of their light.

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Context
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The Body
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Faces of Anger
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