Letting Go of Anger and Frustration
A veteran teacher of anger management classes, John Vredevelt has answered that question countless times. Now he teams up with his wife, Pam, a Licensed Professional Counselor, to offer practical tools to readers who want to understand and constructively process feelings of frustration and anger. With compelling stories to reinforce their insights, the Vredevelts share the top twelve strategies they use in counseling to help people replace frustration and anger with peace and contentment. Discussion questions accompany each chapter, making it ideal for use in a twelve-week small group format.
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