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Anger and Forgiveness (The Spiritual Healing) Paperback – July 1, 2006
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Are you or someone you love forever upset about something? Do you find every day is full of red traffic lights and inconsiderate people? Or perhaps, you don't think of yourself as an angry person at all? Yet, if you are constantly depressed, or exhausted, or just wondering: "What is wrong with me? How come I am not happy?" If you find yourself a peaceable person 99% of the time, but an out of control tornado that last percent, then this book is still for you, as these are all signs of repressed anger which we are entirely unaware of. I know, because I speak from experience! Angry or apathetic, let the Dr. show you how to get to the root of it, and just like a stubborn weed... once you realize it is there, you can dig it up! --Publisher
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Raymond Lloyd Richmond, Ph.D. holds his doctorate in clinical psychology and a license as a psychologist (No. PSY 13274) in the state of California. Previous to his doctoral degree, he earned an M.A. in religious studies, an M.S.E. in counseling, and an M.S. in clinical psychology. During the course of his education he received training in Lacanian psychoanalysis, psychodynamic psychotherapy, hypnosis, and cognitive-behavioral therapy. He completed a Post-doctoral Fellowship in Health Psychology. His clinical experience encompasses crisis intervention; treatment for childhood emotional, physical, and sexual abuse; trauma and PTSD evaluation and treatment; and treatment of psychotic, mood, and anxiety disorders. He also holds an FAA private pilot certificate. Dr. Richmond has written and maintains a public-service website about the practice of clinical psychology; the website has no user fees or advertising.
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If you really want to read it, the entire text of the book is available for free on the author's website, but it's obviously handier to have it on paper.
you can read the book on the web pages (leave a donation if you got something from it)but i reccomend buying and owning the book.
Basically it is a very clear explaination as to how and why we get angry, and what the mistakes and traps we can fall into when trying to 'escape' or pass off our own anger are.
I learnt i had to let go of 'vindictive silence' (where you do or say nothing but behind the scenes you intend to upset the other party). Dr Richmond is religeous (I am not conventionaly) but he does not blindly impose or indoctrinate, he just makes a tremendous amount of logical, useful analaysis and gives very useful direction.
My initial intention of getting this book was not for myself. Yet as soon as I began reading, it caught my attention, and soon I made a discovery: my repressed anger. I put these procedures into practice and passed the book on to some of my friends. They too have found this book to-the-point and very useful in their own particular anger issues.
This book will be appreciated by people who are not seeking hype, but instead are seeking practical, no-nonsense self-help that really works.