The Anger Habit Workbook: Proven Principles to Calm the Stormy Mind

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iUniverse, Sep 1, 2002 - Family & Relationships - 180 pages
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Contents

A Third Way to Manage Anger
3
How to Cool Your Anger Down
7
What you are like when you are angry
8
Learning that waiting makes you
10
Identifying your favorite anger fuel
12
Practice Record for Lesson 2
14
Learning to Own the Cause of Your Anger
17
Seeing anger as your own
18
Anger and Lack of Communication in Relationships
78
Replacing angry language with communication
80
Understanding why you argue with family and friends
86
Practice Record for Lesson 8
91
Recognizing when youre competing for social control
95
How to get off social probation
99
Practice Record for Lesson 9
104
Misery as Anger
106

What do others who are angry with you want?
20
What do you want when you are angry?
22
Practice Record for Lesson Three
24
Do You Really Want Control?
25
How People try to control you
26
Recognizing the cost of control
30
Righteous Anger
37
Choosing the right tool to enforce agreements
38
Recognizing phony feelings of injustice
42
Practice Record for Lesson 5
47
Criticisms and Judgments Keep Anger Warm
48
Turning your judgmental thinking into factual thinking
50
Recognizing and changing critical thinking
55
Practice Record for Lesson 6
61
Recognizing selfimportance in others
65
Identifying your own selfimportance
68
Identifying what you want
72
Practice Record for Lesson 7
76
Discovering misery that is anger
107
How to stop playing the misery game
111
Practice Record for Lesson 10
115
SelfControl by SelfAttack
120
Discover your selfcontrol technique
121
Calm selfmanagement
128
Practice Record for Lesson 11
132
Learning to Use Your Will Without Anger
135
Recognizing anger when you hurry
137
Substituting rules and predictability for willfulness
143
Practice Record for Lesson 12
148
Voluntary Living
150
Finding obligation bloat in relationships
151
Taking charge of your life
156
Practice Record for Lesson 13
158
Concluding Note
160
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About the author (2002)

Carl Semmelroth Ph.D., is a psychotherapist, teacher, and writer. He is co-author, with Donald E. P. Smith, of The Anger Habit .

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