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Transforming Anger: The Heartmath Solution for Letting Go of Rage, Frustration, and Irritation Paperback – June, 2003
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“Transforming Anger is an important book for our time. Using solid research, Childre and Rozman make it clear that when it comes to dealing with anger, our most powerful asset is our heart. By using their simple and fast-acting exercises, you’ll learn to respond to stressful life situations with clarity, intelligence, and maturity. This book is not only about transforming your anger, it’s about transforming your life!”
—Cheryl Richardson, author of Take Time for your Life
“The relationship between anger, heart attacks, and other adverse health effects is well documented. Studies also suggest that individuals who are unable to express anger and ‘get things off their chest’ are at the greatest risk. This book shows not only how to defuse this deadly emotion, but how you can transform it into positive feelings that will make you more productive rather than self-destructive.”
—Paul Rosch, MD, president, The American Institute of Stress, clinical professor of medicine and psychiatry, New York Medical College, author of The Doctor’s Guide to Instant Stress Relief, and editor of Stress Medicine
“This new book, Transforming Anger, is excellent. Refreshingly simple and easy to read, the book offers profound insights into the most critical issue of our day: our violence towards self, world, and other. Surely the work is pertinent to our times and fills a serious personal-social need.”
—Joseph Chilton Pearce, author, The Crack in the Cosmic Egg, Magical Child, and The Biology of Transcendence
“In these days when both health professionals and the public are apt to turn to medication whenever anything goes wrong, Transforming Anger is a welcome breath of fresh air. Here is a technique and scientifically-based method for developing self-control that does not short-circuit normal biological regulatory processes.”
—Karl H. Pribram MD, Ph.D., (Hon. Multi), distinguished research professor, Georgetown and George Mason Universities; professor emeritus, Stanford and Radford Universities, author, Language of the Brain and Brain and Perception; and coauthor, Freud’s Project Reassessed and Plans and the Structure of Behavior
“Transforming Anger points out that this powerful negative emotion can not only affect our health, but also impair out ability to think and reason clearly. I have been teaching the tools discussed in this new book since 1997. These tools , proven effective in breaking the cycle of anger and all of its consequences, are extremely easy to learn and are based on elegant scientific research that has taught us how the heart and the brain communicate.”
—Bruce C. Wilson, MD, chairman, board of directors, Heart Hospital of Milwaukee, former director, University of Pittsburgh Heart Institute
“How much energy do you waste being angry during your average day? What effect does that have on those you care about? In Transforming Anger, Doc Childre and Rozman give you a series of easy-to-learn, highly effective tools and the science behind them, showing you how to prevent that loss of energy and heal those relationships. A much needed fix for our fast-paced, often overwhelming lives.”
—Lee Lipsenthal, MD, medical director, Lifestyle Advantage and The Dean Ornish Program for Reversing Heart Disease
About the Author
Doc Childre is the founder and chairman of the scientific advisory board of the Institute of HeartMath, the chairman of HeartMath LLC, and chairman and CEO of Quantum Intech. He is the author of seven books and a consultant to business leaders, scientists, educators and the entertainment industry on Intui-Technology. His HeartMath System and proprietary heart rhythm technology for coherence building, called the Freeze-Framer, has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Harvard Business Review, Prevention magazine, Psychology Today, Army Times, New York Newsday, Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Chronicle, San Jose Mercury News and on NBC’s Today Show, ABC Good Morning America, ABC World News Tonight, CNN Headline News, CNN.com, as well as numerous other publications and television programs around the world
He and his coauthor Deborah Rozman, Ph.D., wrote Overcoming Emotional Chaos. He also wrote The How-To-Book of Teen Self-Discovery and coauthored The HeartMath Solution and From Chaos to Coherence.
Debora Rozman, Ph.D., is a psychologist and author with thirty years of experience as an educator and business executive. She is President of Quantum Intech, overseeing strategic alliances and the expansion of HeartMath technologies worldwide. Dr. Rozman is a key spokesperson for the HeartMath system, giving media interviews and keynote addresses on heart intelligence and Intui-Technologies for executives, scientists, and health professionals throughout the world. She is author of four books and is listed in Who’s Who in California.
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If you're tired of the usual 'Anger is ..." or "depression is anger turned inside" then this book can add valuable information to your concepts. and understanding. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Frederick L.
its hard to read for someone who is not a big reader but wanted solutions!Published 11 months ago by Joseph M
I have personally used the techniques in this book and they work beautifully in transforming health damaging emotions, such as anger, frustration, anxiety, and negativity. Read morePublished 11 months ago by CRT
poorly written. actually very annoying to read:lots of repetition and filler un useful and uninspiring for me. but I took the main ideas and practiced themPublished 12 months ago by Christina H.
We all need to work out our anger. This book helps.Published 15 months ago by Dorothy J Gayhart-Kunz
not a bad book to read gives you a lot of info about how to use different tools to combat anger. easy read as wellPublished 17 months ago by amber n turner
For me this was decently written tripe. I did not found anything terribly useful or new in this book but your mileage is sure to vary. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Serenity Wilson