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A radically effective and evidence-based anger management tool-deeply rooted in cutting-edge research

We are living in an age of anger. You hear people squabbling on the news. Reality TV portrays people baiting others into anger. We see more frustration and intolerance for people with different political views, beliefs, and lifestyles. Anger is everywhere - and it has real risks, including heart disease and depression. So, how can you break free from painful, self-defeating, and dangerous anger traps?

Drawing on the gold standard treatment for anger-cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) - and informed by the no-nonsense approach of rational emotive behavior therapy (REBT) - this workbook is chock-full of powerful tools, exercises, and self-assessments to help you overcome destructive anger, once and for all. With this guide, you'll discover skills for identifying and avoiding needless anger; staying cool when anger heats up; and forging a stronger, more capable, and rational sense of self.

If your anger is getting in the way of your relationships, your career, your health, and your happiness, The Cognitive Behavioral Workbook for Anger can help you take charge of your anger - and your life.

©2021 William J. Knaus (P)2022 Tantor

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A Thoughtful and Immersive Listen

I found the discussions of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy thought-provoking and valuable. I have a limited background in child psychology, but it's frankly been several yeras since I've dabbled, so this was a fascinating read for me - the book contradicted a few of the things I'd learned in the past about anger management, which was refreshing and encouraged me to do some further research. The author mentioned a few particular anger management methods that particularly spoke to me, but I'll leave those for you to discovery. Suffice it to say, I think you'll like them and may even find yourself using them in day to day life.

Andrew Joseph Perez is a favorite narrator of mine for very good reason. I could listen to the man read the phone book. Also, he clearly does a lot of solid research on every topic he discusses, so that he's not just reciting, he's sharing his own genuine understanding of the text. I'm not exactly sure how to describe it, but it makes a difference - listening to a Andrew Joseph Perez narration is an immersive experience.