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Overcoming Anger: How to Identify It, Stop It, and Live a Healthier Life

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Overcoming Anger helps you identify the roots of your anger and get it under control once and for all. Using cutting-edge techniques combined with a conversational approach, author Carol D. Jones, Ph.D., M.F.T., helps you turn your gaze inward and understand your individual anger style.
You'll also develop a framework for managing your anger, and techniques for eliminating
Paperback, 288 pages
Published January 1st 2004 by Adams Media
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Matt Gwynn
Apr 05, 2015 rated it it was amazing
This was a perfect book for what I needed. After a recent incident with road rage, I determined that I needed to delve into studying the topic of anger. If you experience any issues with anger yourself, I highly recommend this book. It sheds light as to what anger is, why it exists, where it comes from, when it happens, who experiences it, and how to deal with it. It provides a number of exercises that you can apply in your real-world every-day life. This was a very helpful book for me. I have n ...more
Affad Shaikh
Jul 13, 2018 rated it liked it
Useful. I don't actually have "anger issues" in the sense that its a violent response or that its something that causes problems; I just don't like the way that I internalize my anger and am not sometimes able to express myself, or identify why it was that i got this feeling of anger. What was particularly useful were the discussions on stress and anger; the chapter on communicating was incredibly useful especially on how to communicate with people and deescalate a situation. another incredibly ...more
Jul 03, 2014 rated it really liked it
This month, I signed up for Amazon Prime to use their Amazon Kindle Library. This is the one that I decided to check out first (loaning time is 1 month). First of all, it was a pain to navigate through the list of books on Kindle. I hope they’ll make some improvements on that in the future. Now, on to the book.

By now I have read a bunch of self-help books. I find them to be more enjoyable than fictions. There are just much more things to learn from self-help books. I did learn a few things from
Nov 30, 2007 is currently reading it  ·  review of another edition
An over-simplified self-help book dealing with the very complex topic of anger. BTW, I'm still full of rage and I'm halfway through it. ...more
Rachel Stephens
Mar 05, 2011 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Very informative.
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