The Missing Peace: Solving the Anger Problem for Alcoholics, Addicts and Those Who Love Them

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Health Communications, Incorporated, Jun 20, 2006 - Family & Relationships - 110 pages
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The best kept secret to recovery revealed.

If you or someone you love is navigating their way through recovery, there's one thing that will either be a roadblock or a catalyst on the journey: a true, holistic understanding of anger. Unfortunately, most recovery programs don't address or properly understand anger, and many times, this leads to relapse or a rougher transition, even for people who don't consider themselves "angry."

In The Missing Peace, bestselling author and recovery movement pioneer John Lee shows that true happiness and fulfillment is not only possible-but within your grasp.

Using his highly acclaimed Detour Method, a proven process he uses at seminars and workshops nationwide, Lee shows you how to free many of the anger issues that are holding you back.

Through his expert advice, personal stories and his step-by-step program, he will open your eyes to the pervasive myths about anger; help you recognize if you or someone you love has issues with anger; and he will reveal the red-flag scenarios you need to be aware of in day-to-day situations.

John Lee proves that when you put down the anger, you make room in your life for love, laughter and joy to flourish.

Let The Missing Peace be your guide to a new level of living.

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About the author (2006)

John Lee's work in the field of anger management, emotional regression, men's issues, recovery and relationships has gained him national recognition. A therapist and workshop leader, he has been a guest on CNN, MSNBC and PBS and has appeared on Oprah Winfrey numerous times. John has also been featured in newspapers and magazines such as Newsweek, The New York Times and Yoga Journal. John taught at the universities of Texas and Alabama and counseled for twelve years before turning to his specialty of lectures and workshops. John teaches all over the world on topics like relationships, recovery, anger, adult children of alcoholics, grief, men's issues and parenting. He lives in Alabama.

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