Judy Ford

Getting Over Getting Mad

A practical guide that “breaks anger down into neat, accessible components to help readers gain insight into what makes them angry and how anger erupts” (Publishers Weekly).
From a psychotherapist who has appeared on NPR, CNN, and other media, Getting Over Getting Mad provides clear information, inspiration, and suggestions for protecting ourselves and our relationships from the damage that can occur when anger is dealt with in unhealthy and unproductive ways. The book’s primary emphasis is on prevention, encouraging us to deal with stress, frustration, tantrums, and annoyances quickly, before these disturbances sour feelings and burn bridges.
Covering situations from workplace tensions to family arguments to road rage, the book also gives concrete suggestions for handling anger in ongoing difficult situations, and chronicles the author’s own experiences as a therapist and workshop leader.
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