The Angry Book

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Simon and Schuster, Apr 28, 1998 - Psychology - 216 pages
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Don't get even -- get mad, and get over it!
When your love life is boring, maybe you don't fight enough? When sex leaves a person cold, is frozen anger the problem? If you work too much, eat too much, drink too much, is it because you are afraid to get mad? Did you ever think of your anger as something constructive?
When you lose your temper honestly, it can be good for you. In this perennially bestselling book, eminent psychiatrist and bestselling author Dr. Theodore Isaac Rubin shows how one of the most powerful human emotions can change your life. Suppressed or twisted anger can lead to anxiety, depression, insomnia, psychosomatic illness, alcoholism, frigidity, impotence, and downright misery. But understanding and releasing anger can lead to greater health, happiness, and emotional wholeness.
Let Dr. Rubin show you how to be what you are: a human being.
 

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edit: Check out Julie's review below me. Hey Julie, U Mad? Come at me Sis
 

Contents

Even the Saints
3
Victims of Victims
9
One Smaller Block
15
Putting It Off
22
Freezing It
29
Anxiety
33
Obsessions Compulsions Phobias
47
Talk Talk Talk and No Talk
64
Joking and Boring
121
Forevermore
128
SlushFund Explosions
135
What Is It?
141
Timing
147
Forgive and Forget
154
By the Sex
161
All or Nothing
167

Blatant Blasting
78
HalfPoisons
102
Spread It Around
114
To Be Angry and to Be Mad
172
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Theodore Isaac Rubin, M.D., has served as president of the American Institute of Psychoanalysis and is the author of thirty books, including Compassion and Self-Hate, Lisa and David, Jordi, The Winner's Notebook, and Lisa and David Today. His books have been translated all over the world. He lives and practices psychiatry in New York City.

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