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If you've ended up checking out this book, chances are you're someone with a serious anger problem. Your explosive temper has probably cost you jobs, friends, loved ones - maybe even your liberty. If it hasn't yet, it soon will - unless you do something about it.
This book contains a powerful and straightforward system for taking control of your anger and your life. This program is not easy, and it might even be painful at times - but it works. The book will teach you how your anger escalates and what you can do to change your angry thoughts and behaviors. Then it's your turn. When you make and keep that promise to yourself to stay calm no matter what, the happier, safer life you want will become a possibility.
With this book you'll be able to:

Identify the causes of your anger
Avoid violence, blaming, and threats
Stay calm one day at a time
Change anger-provoking thoughts
Ask for what you want without anger

©2004 Ron Potter-Efron (P)2016 Tantor
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"This is essential reading for those who want less anger in their lives." (Matthew McKay, author of When Anger Hurts)
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5 out of 5 stars
By TW on 09-27-16

Stategies for successful anger management

If you could sum up Angry All the Time in three words, what would they be?

Great Anger Management

What did you like best about this story?

Four things:

1. I can choose whether or not I accept an "invitation to anger" from others. The answer these days is, No Thanks.
2. Resentment is no good for anyone
3. It can be fun to take a look at your own anger whether passive or outspoken, and come up with ways to control it
4. The narrator did a great job of bringing the book to life, which is actually written with comical prose

Have you listened to any of Bob Dio’s other performances? How does this one compare?


Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Not really, mainly the part about recognising that I don't have to accept invitations to anger anymore.

Any additional comments?

Personal Takeaways:

Don't have to accept invitations to anger from others or events

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