Beating Anger : The Eight-point Plan for Coping with Rage, Paperback

Beating Anger : The Eight-point Plan for Coping with Rage Paperback

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We all feel angry at times. It can be an uncomfortable emotion, yet it is almost a taboo subject.

We get very little guidance in our culture on how to deal with it, and the guilt or violence that may accompany it.

Here is the perfect book to help anyone from 16-75 years old to beat their anger - or help anyone else to do the same.

Aimed at parents, families, young adults and teachers, social and youth workers, health care professionals, managers, customer service departments, psychotherapists and counsellors - there cannot be many men or women who have not felt uncomfortable when they are angry, and wondered what to do about it.

The British Association of Anger Management (BAAM) is considered the leading specialist organization in the field.

Founded by Mike Fisher in 2001, its mailing list reaches approximately 10,000 people a month and it receives enquiries from all over the world, and from all walks of life.

Beating Anger is endorsed by BAAM, and used on all its anger management courses.

It explains what anger is, what triggers it, the various different types of anger - and its substitutes - how to heal emotional aggression, and the 8 Golden Rules of Anger Management.


  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 272 pages, Illustrations
  • Publisher: Ebury Publishing
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Popular psychology
  • ISBN: 9781844135646



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Beating AngerThe eight-point plan for coping with ragebyMike FisherI am very glad to have run across this awesome book because in just reading it once I was able to pin point my anger triggers, and got some wonderful suggestions on not only why I have them, but good solid examples and exercises that can help me to not be so susceptible to intense anger. I have always been the type to take my anger, stuff it, then turn it on myself and get extremely depressed, and I was totally elated to find there was a chapter just for people like me. There are also questionnaires, diagrams, charts and helpful illustrations that clearly left no doubt about what Mike was trying to say. I would recommend this book to any one dealing with anger, their own or someone else's. I feel a lot better after reading this book. Thanks Mike.Love & Light,Riki Frahmann