Stop Being Irritable

  • by Melody Stressdone
  • Narrated by JC Anonymous
  • 0 hrs and 27 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

This audiobook is divided into six chapters. Chapter one delves into admitting and accepting your anger.
Chapter two reveals easy techniques you can use immediately to calm down and diffuse anger.
Chapter three takes a look at lifestyle changes you can make that can have a positive impact on your overall mood.
Chapter four explores ways you can channel your anger in productive and creative ways.
Chapter five deals with tapping in to the power of your mind and will to enact manageable changes that can help lessen anger.
Chapter six lays down other options to consider in extreme cases of anger.
This audiobook about anger management will help you:


Recognize when you are starting to get irritable and how to stop your irritability from growing into anger or rage
Find alternative ways of living your life that can aid in reducing stress, thus reducing irritable feelings
Find ways of channeling your anger in order to reduce how irritable you feel
Greatly reduce your irritable feelings on a daily basis
And much, much more!
Anger is a universal human emotion. It's an emotional state that varies in intensity from mild, fleeting irritations that lead to bad moods to intense, full-blown fury and rage. It's completely normal and even healthy sometimes when expressed. Unfortunately, when it gets out of control, it can lead to self-destructive tendencies and health problems and even affect your work, personal relationships, and overall quality of living. At its worst anger can make you feel as though you're at the complete mercy of a powerful, unpredictable emotion.

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Not worth a Dime

started hearing it hoping that this book could say things that would help me. Heard it all in one morning. When it ended I said to myself what was all that about. Lost of time.
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- M "mldeane"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-28-2015
  • Publisher: Creating Residuals Inc