Getting Over Getting Mad: Positive Ways to Manage Anger in Your Most Important Relationships
Fine Communications, Mar 1, 2002 - Anger - 175 pages
Some of us suppress our negative feelings at all costs. Some of us act as if we have no control over our anger. But we don't have to squash these emotions or be a slave to them. In Getting Over Getting Mad, psychotherapist and bestselling author Judy Ford shows us how to deal with anger productively. We all have the capacity to get mad and we all have good reasons to be angry. If anger is suppressed, it will emerge in dark forms -- manipulation, depression and sometimes even violence. Getting Over Getting Mad shows us how to manage our anger, and to express anger in healthy ways.
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