The Angry Book
Losing your temper can honestly be good for you. So contends Dr. Rubin, whose views on one of our most powerful emotions have changed millions of lives. Now available in trade paper, this bestseller reminds us that suppressed or twisted anger can lead to depression, anxiety, and a host of other illnesses.
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The Assorted Poisons
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