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The Anger Control Workbook by Matthew McKay and Peter Rogers 

"The ever-escalating costs of anger are well documented: sabotaging careers, alienating friends and family, triggering illness, causing bodily harm. Written by two well-regarded experts in the field, The Anger Control Workbook introduces a new and radically simplified approach to anger control."

Anger Management For Dummies by W. Doyle Gentry

"This friendly self-help guide to managing your anger offers a host of practical, proven techniques for understanding emotions, dealing with angry feelings constructively, and letting it go. You'll see how to deal with anger before it happens, thwart an angry outburst, keep your cool, and adopt a new, healthier perspective."

The Anger Management Sourcebook by Glenn R. Schiraldi

"Follow this straightforward program and in just seven weeks discover the levelheaded parent, spouse, coworker, and friend you've always known was buried beneath your surly surface. Packed with practical tips, this guide helps you recognize anger triggers, choose effective alternatives, and constructively channel your energy. In these pages, you'll find a variety of approaches for managing this complex emotion, including: anticipating and defusing volatile situations; handling criticism without flying off the handle; calming down with meditation and imagery techniques; getting enough sleep, nutrition, and exercise; keeping an anger journal; changing hostility to trust; healing your deepest hurts with compassion; and, replacing bitterness with empathy and forgiveness. While a little bit of anger might serve a purpose, a lot of it can ruin your life. Take control and manage your anger so that you and those around you can enjoy a calmer, more peaceful, more pleasant existence."

The Anger Trap: Free Yourself from the Frustrations that Sabotage Your Life  by Les Carter

"he Anger Trap is a landmark book that strips away the myths and misconceptions about anger and reveals how you can learn to distinguish between healthy and unhealthy anger so that you may choose―or help someone else to choose―a better, more spiritually enlightened path. The Anger Trap examines the root causes of anger and can help you realize your patterns and break the destructive cycles of criticism, frustration, and irritation that hurt you and others around you. Drawing insight from timeless spiritual wisdom as well as cutting–edge research, Dr. Carter offers practical techniques to free you from anger, its hidden insecurities, fears, and selfishness and thereby improve the quality of your home and workplace life. The book clearly illustrates how the change process works and The Anger Trap is filled with real–life examples of the ways people have come to terms with their anger by applying the concepts Dr. Carter outlines."

The Anger Workbook by Lorrainne Bilodeau

"Anger can be managed. In The Anger Workbook Les Carter, Ph.D., and Frank Minirth, M.D., offer a unique 13-step interactive program that will help you:

  • Identify the best ways to handle anger
  • Understand how pride, fear, loneliness, and inferiority feed your anger
  • Uncover and eliminate the myths that perpetuate anger-"Letting go of my anger means I am conceding defeat" or "No one understand my unique problems."
  • Identify learned patterns or relating, thinking, and behaving in your life that influence your anger."

The Anger Workbook for Women: How to Keep Your Anger from Undermining Your Self-Esteem, Your Emotional Balance, and Your Relationships by Laura J. Petracek

"Books on anger, by and large, have been written by men for men who express their anger in an outward and explosive way. But women usually express anger through a range of behaviors, from explosive outbursts to quiet seething rage. If you’re a woman struggling with anger, this workbook is designed to help you develop skills and strategies for expressing your anger in constructive ways.

No matter what your style of anger is, this workbook can help you identify what triggers your anger. Then, through a series of interactive, relational exercises, you’ll learn ways to cope with angry feelings."

Categories: Anger Management, Self-help
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