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4.0 out of 5 starsHow to control and manage anger to live stress free
Reviewed in the United States on July 31, 2018
When stress floods the body in large quantities over a short period of time it triggers the body’s flight or fight response. How to control and manage anger to live stress free these techniques are pretty easy to follow.
4.0 out of 5 starsThis book is awesome to read and i think this book is the ...
Reviewed in the United States on July 30, 2018
This book gave me a lot of information. This book is awesome to read and i think this book is the best book of this topic, a great resource to use in my practice.very good explained.By reading this book anyone can control his anger.
1.0 out of 5 starsPoorly written with no important insights
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 1, 2018
I rarely write reviews, but this book was so poorly written and unhelpful that I felt prompted to warn people away from it. This is the worst kind of self-help book: a hotch-potch of other people's ideas with no clear message, just woolly descriptions of processes like CBT, without any practical guidance as to how they might be applied. The only practical advice in the book is a few inadequate paragraphs about creating an anger management plan, in which the author tells us to keep an anger diary, 'analyse the data' (he doesn't say how) and consider 'techniques and exercises' that might help... . I was looking forwards to reading about these techniques, but they are not in the book. Instead, we have some dubious pages about 'anger styles', in which we learn that 'volatile anger' appears out of nowhere, while 'retaliatory anger' is in response to an attack. Interspersed with this wisdom are nuggets of advice such as: 'take time to think before you act' and 'learn some healthy ways of expressing yourself'. The author may as well have just said: 'calm down, calm down' in a Liverpudlian accent, then gone to cash his cheque. It really wound me up.