Item description for Getting the Best of Your Anger: Before It Gets the Best of You by Les Carter...
Overview Readers are encouraged to take the middle-of-the-road approach to anger, neither suppressing it nor letting it explode, in a guide that describes what anger is and why it can sometimes get out of control. Original.
Publishers Description Everyone knows someone whose anger can get out of hand. Getting the Best of Your Anger describes what anger is and why it can sometimes get out of control. Anger management expert Dr. Les Carter encourages readers to take a middle-of-the-road approach to anger, neither suppressing it or letting it explode. He helps readers? identify anger in their lives ? self test to determine their level of anger ? realize the things that can make anger an enemy? understand the ways anger is expressed ? map out a realistic strategy for handling anger ? and learn constructive ways to express anger.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.5" Width: 6.02" Height: 0.49" Weight: 0.48 lbs.
Release Date Aug 1, 2007
Publisher Baker Publishing Group
ISBN 0800731751 ISBN13 9780800731755
Availability 0 units.
More About Les Carter
Les Carter, Ph.D., is the chief resident psychotherapist at the Minirth Clinic, Richardson, Texas, where he has maintained a private counseling practice since 1980. He is a nationally recognized expert on topics including conflict resolution, emotions and spirituality, and marriage and family relationships. He is the coauthor of the bestselling The Anger Workbook. Dr. Carter can be reached at www.angerexpert.com
Les Carter currently resides in the state of Texas. Les Carter has an academic affiliation as follows - Minirth Clinic in Richardson, Texas Southlake Psychiatry and Counselin.
Reviews - What do customers think about Getting the Best of Your Anger: Before It Gets the Best of You?
Ife saver Feb 2, 2009
So it has a few mistakes. Keep in mind if you were already angry about something why would you read this book. It helped me because of anger. I hate my local town governmentfor forced annexation as described in [...]
I started wishing they all my enemies had inoperable rectal brain caner. I read the I ching and demonic books of spells but it was hurting me, not them. This book help me turn my anger into action and positive results. It may not give them rectal cancer but my lawyer say it may give them indigestion. Read this book and get over it. Don't mad get even, but keep it biblical. I now pray for a miracle like the times of Moses; let God help you, he said " vengeance is mine" and I am letting him and 5 lawyers work it out. Perhaps rectal cancer is still possible but let God do it and let your anger go. God does not play well with others and is merciless on the evil people who harm his flock. Lexington NC has touched the pupil of his eye ans god is faithful and will generously reward them according to their fruit.
Too much religious talk puts the reader off the book entirely. May 14, 2008
I really wanted to like this book. Dr. Carter has the potential to be a good writer. Some passages show that he has a pleasant writing style, but there are two glaring problems: Bible references and poor grammar/editing. There is nothing about the title or cover of this book to indicate that it is a religious text. Personally, I was confused by his frequent comparisons with apostles and various bible characters. Many of Dr. Carter's bible examples do not have anything to do with the subject of anger management and did not seem to fit well.