The Anger Management Sourcebook

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2002-07-03
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
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Excessive anger can destroy your relationships, career, and even health. Scant professional literature has been available on the topic until now. The Anger Management Sourcebook shows you how to empower yourself and redirect your anger into constructive behavior. This resource is a must-have tool for you or a loved one as well as professionals dealing with clients who suffer from excessive anger.

Author Biography

Glenn R. Schiraldi, Ph.D., has taught anger management courses at the Pentagon and at the University of Maryland. He has written several books on mental and psychical health.

Melissa Hallmark Kerr, M.A., is a health educator with a research focus on stress and mental health. She has taught a wide range of health courses.

Table of Contents

Understanding Angerp. 1
About Angerp. 3
The Principles of Anger Managementp. 39
Anger Management Skillsp. 53
Cooling Downp. 55
Calm Thinkingp. 67
Self-Esteemp. 99
Meditationp. 109
Variations on Meditationp. 119
Hot Buttons: Healing Hidden Wounds from the Pastp. 129
Maintaining Equilibriump. 139
Peace Withinp. 161
Reducing Hostilityp. 169
Forgivingp. 181
Interpersonal Skillsp. 193
Innovative Approachesp. 211
Special Situations: Road Rage, Criticism, and Other Vexationsp. 225
Caring for the Soulp. 241
Anticipating Angry Situationsp. 249
Epiloguep. 263
Dietary Guidelinesp. 265
App. B: Resourcesp. 265
Stress, Anger, and Cardiovascular Disease: A Comprehensive Modelp. 277
Coping with Terrorism and Other Traumatic Eventsp. 285
Notesp. 291
Glossaryp. 305
Bibliographyp. 309
About the Authorsp. 315
Indexp. 317
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