The book for review is “The Anger Workbook” by Les Carter, Ph.D. And Frank Minirth, M.D.
This workbook has many layers to it. It starts off with how to identify one’s anger. It continues in saying how anger thrives on unmet needs and it is also created by other emotions. It includes methods in reducing your anger. What I really liked about the book came in the first few pages. It had a list of the 13 steps toward anger management which breaks it down in layman terms.
Let’s face it we as humans get angry. Some of us more so than others. Even if we don’t consider ourselves as angry people this is a good book to check yourself on this topic.
After each chapter is a check list and questions for the reader to do and see where they stand. If we are truly honest with ourselves this check and balance can be very useful to us. Another thing I really liked about this book were the quotes that were motivating and uplifting for me. Some of the quotes are from the Bible. While that might turn some people away, it didn’t me. I actually like that for it is not in your face but more to support the words and topic matter that is being discussed.
This is a book that was given to me but if I had purchased it would not have felt my money had been wasted.
This book was received for free in exchange for two honest reviews.