“This book can change the life of the angry person and the lives of those around him. Strong practical advice. Clear Answers. This is essential reading for those who want less anger in their lives.”
—Matthew McKay, Ph.D., author of When Anger Hurts
This is an excellent and helpful book. Anxious to cover it with my therapist.Published 13 days ago by Unhappy in MN
There is really not a lot helpful in here. The author simply points out the obvious, over and over and over. If you have true anger issues, look elsewhere for help.Published 1 month ago by chewbacca
Another gift to the adolescent treatment facility-- kids gravitated to this book.Published 3 months ago by Jill Dennis
This is a quick read and I use it a lot with my psychotherapy clients. It describes the angry mind-set in a way that is not off-putting, and recommends useful strategies for... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jemp
Great book. I feel like the author really was sitting in my livingroom watching the anger escalate. I haven't finished it but I really do like what I have read so far and intend on... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Maddie K.
Then you MUST read this book. Thought-provoking and recommended to help you learn to cope and begin to control your anger. Short, but packed with excellent insights.Published 4 months ago by jackeb53
this is one of the better Anger Management books out there.
Some Reviewers had complained that the Author had spoke down to them, as though they were the scum of the... Read more
I bought this to give away to someone I know that is having to deal with an angry person in their life.I was given this book years ago when someone had met my husband. Read morePublished 9 months ago by A. McGee