Healing the Angry Brain: How Understanding the Way Your Brain Works Can Help You Control Anger & Aggression
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Healing the Angry Brain: How Understanding the Way Your Brain Works Can Help You Control Anger & Aggression

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Do you find yourself:

• Becoming so angry you have trouble thinking?
• Acting impulsively during angry outbursts?
• Getting so mad that you feel out of control of your actions?

If these strong, sudden bursts of anger sound all too familiar, you know the impact they have over your life. Over time, these responses can actually hard-wire our brains to respond angrily in situat...more
ebook, 184 pages
Published April 1st 2012 by New Harbinger Publications (first published January 1st 2012)
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Saif Bagmar
I believe I will be able to deal with really angry people in a better way; more importantly I will be a less angry person :-)
Michaela Renee
I cannot say enough positive things about this read. I picked it up to help me better understand my clients with anger management concerns, and learned and gathered a world of knowledge about myself and my own relationships. This book does an incredible job of helping you grasp the brain biology behind anger, and provides excellent solutions for working through the hardwired whoopseys that we've learned over time.
I absolutely love neuropsychology, and neuroscience in general, but this book is wr...more
A good book, perhaps too focused on the brain-level functions of anger. The message that you can change your brain is great, and there are some good strategies in the latter half of the book. I think we could all stand to improve our empathy and empathic concern.

Originally picked this up to read with my son, but the medical bits got to be too much. Came back to it in September; this is really a fairly quick read.
Fiona Lee
Helps me understand different stages of my anger, and how I can resolve it before it escalates into something that is out of control or that I will regret later. For people who gets angry, frustrated, irritable easily, short-tempered, this is a really insightful read to better help you manage your temper and anger.
A nice, solid, and concise guide to understanding how experiences, moods, behaviors, and feelings all mesh within the neurological-anatomical-biochemistry of the brain, as well as ways on how to change deep-seated processes.
Phil Newman
Good, but very clinical. Dealt very much with the actual brain function. Some good tips on how to attempt to retrain.
Very informartive and easy to comprehend. Although may take time for people to actually achievem it does say that it's a 6 month program
A very good practical explanation but based on good science.
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