Staying Cool: How to Get a Grip on Anger
Stayng Cool - How To Get A Grip On Anger7 Do you lose your temper and regret it? 7 Do you put a lot of energy into getting others to see things your way? 7 Do you blame others for your feelings? 7 Do you fantasize about getting revenge?If you've answered "yes" or know someone who would answer "yes" to any of these questions, you are familiar with anger.Anger is a completely normal, usually healthy, human emotion-when it is under control. Out of control, anger can turn destructive and lead to serious problems. It can take charge of your life and make you feel you are at the mercy of an unpredictable and powerful force. Keeping Cool is a guide for teens (and their parents) to using anger constructively. Filled with real-life examples and ready-to-use tips, it is like a close friend offering advice on keeping cool under pressure.About the AuthorsJoel Block, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist on Long Island, New York. A Diplomate of the American Board of Professional Psychology, Dr. Block is a supervisor on the staff of Long Island Jewish Medical Center and an Assistant Clinical Professor at the Einstein College of Medicine. He is the author of numerous books. Fred Block, M.S. is a special education teacher at Mount Vernon High School in New York. He teaches a varied population of learning and emotionally challenged students.
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