Coronavirus concern has many of us on edge. We can't control how other people feel--nor how they express emotions like anger, but we can equip ourselves with insight about how anger works, where it comes from, and what we can do when people around us erupt or act out.
This easy-to-use workbook combines up-to-date information with exercises to help you recognize, understand, and respond to other people's anger in positive, effective, and constructive ways.
You've managed your anger. How do you deal with theirs? A stressed spouse, an irritable child, an irate customer, a potentially dangerous driver--they're mad, and how you react might make all the difference in a day, a relationship, a life. With this thoughtful and practical book as a guide, you'll learn what to do when anger erupts--even as you discover how much someone else's anger can teach. An enlightening how-to manual, this easy-to-use workbook combines up-to-date information with questions and exercises to help you recognize, understand, and respond to other people's anger in positive, effective, and constructive ways. Whether it's a peer, a child, a teenager, your closest friend, or a total stranger who's putting you on the spot, the Responding to Anger workbook gives you the tools, techniques, and know-how to defuse anger, work through it to greater intimacy, or sense when it's best left alone.