A life without anger is attainable a if you understand The Anger Fallacy. Anger is everywhere a behind everything from road rage to wrap rage, domestic violence to international conflicts. People cling to their anger, as a tool of influence and a driver of revenge. But is anger really ever useful? And can we learn to overcome it? In this entertaining and ground-breaking book, two of Australiaas leading clinical psychologists take a radical approach to anger management, exploding the irrational beliefs that fuel this noxious and misunderstood emotion. Through numerous examples from popular culture and the consulting room, and with a sizable dose of humour, the authors show how to combat anger by substituting empathy and understanding for righteous angry judgments. Along the way, readers will learn a new way of viewing people and their actions that is at once powerful and serene.... only to realise too late that it was way too mucha#39;; a#39;I left my MacBook charger at work, so now I have to use my other computera#39;; a#39;My bread is so fresh that the peanut butter is difficult to spreada#39;; and a#39;The sun is too bright for me to see my iPhoneanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Anger Fallacy|
|Author||:||Steven Laurent, Ross G Menzies|
|Publisher||:||Australian Academic Press - 2013-12-23|