Anger Management

The Essential Guide

Recognising that you or a loved one has an anger management problem can be difficult. But with the right information and support you can understand and cope with the situation better. Packed with practical advice and expert information, this guide enables a more focused and positive outlook. Chapters include tried and tested methods for managing anger and information on what your GP can do for you. Sections are included on emotions, how anger can mentally affect the sufferer and what treatments, including complementary therapies, can be used to help. Plus there is help on how to improve communication skills and thinking more positively. If you, your partner or a friend find it difficult managing their anger, you can find all the information and support you need in this easy-to-read guide.


Chapter Headings

What is Anger?

Why Anger Gets Out of Control

Learning Your Anger Triggers

Deeper Reasons Behind Anger

Toxic and Chronic Anger

Anger and Relationships

Managing Your Anger

Getting Professional Help

Cleansing Out Your Life

Staying on Track

Help List

Author Bio 

Wendy Sloane has been a journalist for almost 25 years, beginning her career with Time magazine in New York City in the mid 1980s. She has a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Russian and a master’s degree in International Relations from Columbia University, and has worked as a foreign correspondent in both the former Soviet Union and the UK.  

Wendy now works as a freelance journalist, concentrating primarily on health-related features and real-life stories, as well as business and property. 
 

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