Do you discover yourself getting into continuous arguments and fights? Anger is an ordinary, solid feeling, yet when constant, it can have considerable negative outcomes for your connections, your wellbeing, and your perspective. Controlling anger has many favorable outcomes for your life, as well as the lives of the people around you. Anger is usually a feeling that most people find hard to control and a feeling that keeps circling our mind again and again after we happen to feel angry about something. Those are the two main reasons that anger is a very destructive and damaging feeling to yourself and people that are close to you. When a good understanding about the genuine purpose behind your anger and these anger management devices, you can figure out how to keep your temper from capturing your life.
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What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?
More content, better advice, and some direction of the narration.
What was most disappointing about Patricia Carlisle’s story?
The content covers only the most common information about anger, as if it had been written from a Wiki.
What didn’t you like about Charles Alonzo Lee Cameron’s performance?
Unusual pronunciations of common words and lapses in timing that (might) help hold clauses together.
What character would you cut from Anger Management?
Any additional comments?
There are several short (30 min - 1 1/2 hour) titles in this category that are very similarly bad.