Revised from the 1983 edition, this update includes new material on highway anger and violence in sports, young women's anger, and strategies for getting through specific anger problems, chronic anger, family anger, etc. Still "recommended for most popular collections" ( LJ 1/1/83). BOMC and Quality Paperback alternate selections; serialized in Psychology Today and Reader's Digest. -- MR
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Los Angeles Times Witty, provocative, and impressively documented, this work lights a candle in cursed darkness.
Dr. Ashley Montagu author of The Nature of Human Aggression This book is not only the best of its kind ever written, but the most helpfully enlightening I have ever read.
The New York Times Intelligent and witty, Tavris shows us how to use the anger of hope to avoid falling into the anger of despair.
Philadelphia Inquirer Enlightening and reassuring. Her calm approach to a volatile subject is a welcome tonic for our times.
Great book, buy it read it, take notes, grow as a person...kill, kill, kill, seriously I have learned so much from this bookPublished 23 months ago by Rayboy
Tavris, like so many other brilliant practitioners, needs to write two books. One for the lay audience and one for scientific journals which demand constant references to papers... Read morePublished on June 16, 2013 by Dr. Susan Petro
This book is good for those who need a little help getting a grip on things before you lose your temper.Published on April 8, 2013 by Augie
Though I don't know that I agree with everything in this book, it should be mandatory reading for all of us, as I think many people still hold to the "pressure cooker" view... Read morePublished on April 6, 2013 by Preston T. Younkins
great book, easy to read, easy to understand. love it. would recommend it to every one I know. thanks for giving me the opportunity to critique itPublished on December 26, 2012 by Shelly Broeders
Carol Tarvis is putting out there a change in how to see and understand anger. I'm not surprised at the negative comments. Read morePublished on June 2, 2011 by Marah Cefyne
Whenever a researcher challenges a well entrenched belief, ripples are felt throughout society. Dr. Tavris appeared like a voice in the wilderness when dearly held mythologies... Read morePublished on March 20, 2011 by Philosopher/Poet/Artist