Are you handling your anger, or is your anger handling you?
is full of frustrations—some big, some little. And while you might not
be ready to blow a gasket, it’s easy to get angry in the wake of
rejection, hurt, or embarrassment—and anger can have a really tight
In Anger: Taming a Powerful Emotion, Dr. Gary Chapman
offers helpful (and sometimes surprising) insights into why you get
angry and what you can do about it. Using real-life examples of
transformed lives and relationships, Chapman explains how to:
- Recognize the difference between "bad" and "good" anger
- Use anger to motivate you toward positive change
- Release long-simmering resentment
- Teach others (like your children) how to deal with anger
Anger is a reality of life, but it doesn’t have to control our lives. Learn how to handle anger and use it for good.
reflection questions in each chapter; a 13-session discussion guide
that’s perfect for small groups, workplace studies, and book clubs; and a
personal anger assessment designed to help you see how you manage