Learn what anger is and how to express it… exercises show you how.
These topics & more:
- Which ways do you deal with anger?
- Anger and Recovery
- Ventilating Our Anger
- Hidden Anger
- Learn how to use our Anger as a starting point to Change Patterns rather than Blame People
- Do's & Don'ts
REVIEWS - What Members Have to Say:
Molly4CForever: Style: question response, sentence completion and explanations. Super great features: excellent companion book to Anger & Women booklet, easy to read and understand information, fill-in format allows for interaction with materials, thought-provoking questions, useful exercises to understand the role of anger in your past and present, strategies and tips for understanding and expressing anger. Aspects of Anger Addressed: Anger while drinking, Anger in recovery, Lessons in Anger, Repressed Anger, Hidden Anger, Skills to apply and strengthen. I did not order this workbook right away; after all, I did not have issues with anger (at least, that is what I always thought). After 3 months into continuous sobriety, I encountered my anger. This was a frightening, disappointing and unpredictable time. I was so scared of the angry thoughts in my head. I was disheartened with myself for feeling hot true anger. Surely, this could not be a good sign, I thought. Surely, I must be doing something wrong if I felt this strong negative emotion, I figured. This workbook escorted me into the ring to explore anger that had long been misunderstood. I wasn’t just hurt, lonely, and sad. I was mad, by golly! And, boy oh boy, was I ever now! The exercises in this workbook that alternated with useful information directed me in work that was uncomfortable, intimidating, and confusing. I was glad to have the safety of the workbook to consider new ideas and test out my emerging ideas. I was glad to have the guidance of the fill in the blanks format. I could do the necessary work with this workbook. I find this workbook to be a highly useful tool.
- Item #: WB105