Twenty years ago as I was working through some of my unresolved anger I saw The Anger Workbook by Les Carter and Frank Minirth on a book shelf.
This book’s insights, probing questions and the subsequent dialogues that followed certainly contributed to my healing. In turn, I have shared insights from this book with several people.
Fortunately, for all of us this book has been re-released.
Carter and Minirth explain their Thirteen Steps Toward Anger Management:
Step 1. Learn to recognize the many faces of anger.
Step 2. Admit that all angry expressions, good or bad, are the result of choices.
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The Anger Workbook by Les Carter and Frank Minirth
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