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Anger Management: A Psychologist's Guide to Master Your Emotions, Identify & Control Anger to Ultimately Take Back Your Life

Psychology Self-Help, Book 4
Narrated by: Deborah Fennelly
Series: Psychology Self-Help Books, Book 4
Length: 1 hr and 50 mins
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Imagine how different your life would be if you truly knew how to master your emotions and rid yourself of the feelings of anger and rage.

Almost every person will suffer some form of anger management issues at some stage in their life; it's unavoidable, whether it's an overt form of rage or more subtle forms of frustration. It's much more prevalent than you think. But most people aren't equipped with the right mental tools to identify the underlying reasons for their problems, or spot the triggers which set them off.

Katherine Chambers is an ex-Stanford psychologist who specializes in psychotherapy subjects and all things neuroscientific. However, it wasn't until she left college life and entered the "real world" that she started to understand these theoretical topics in a practical sense. Over the past 15 years she has built a multi-six-figure consulting business and a family of her own.

In this insightful and functional book, Chambers gives listeners a firsthand look into the scientific subjects she studied within academia as well as a practical real-life guide on how to:

  • Spot the actual causes of your anger
  • Identify the common effects of these factors
  • Take responsibility for your own emotions
  • Shift your perceptions about your rage
  • Perform the "thought pattern interrupt" exercise to disrupt negative thinking
  • Adopt conflict resolution techniques to aid with internal anguish as well as relationships
  • Identify the upsides to anger (it's not all bad)

...and much more.

This audiobook is a mixture of theoretical principles combined with real-life practical advice on how to spot and control anger issues. The introspective emotional assessment techniques along with the external observation tools will help alleviate your frustrations for a more ultimately harmonious life.

©2017 Katherine Chambers (P)2017 Katherine Chambers

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Completely Confused

I feel like i need to have had gone to university and need to be studying psychology to actually make sense of this. Maybe i need the dumb down version of this, is there one? Frustrated and disappointed.

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  • CHARLIE
  • 23-07-2017

Anger Management

GREAT!!! I love that this book is mixed with quotes evaluation pieces and general advice. I understand that some of the anger issues can be controlled and there are specific pointers to do that in here. It helps to understand the origins of anger in your head and helps to find ways to alleviate the actions that go along with anger. If you are thinking about getting this book, you should give it a try!

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  • Cactus88
  • 22-08-2017

Has all the points but the examples are lacking.

The author's personal dilemma example of whether to backpack through Europe or open up a business was a poor one. Find better examples to bring the point home.

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  • Saul
  • 10-08-2017

sound like siri was narrating the book.

Half of the book seemed to have been narrated by siri. This made it difficult to focus. It was on okay read.

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  • S. Hill
  • 01-10-2018

Informative yet I feel its lacking

Content of the book was good. I think I would have appreciated some exercises to accompany it.

The Audio narration was so robotic that it was very off putting. It would oftentimes take me right out if the listening “zone”.

Too bad.

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  • S. Meyer
  • 25-09-2018

It's OK but not really memorable

It's like the book has been written as a very quick guide. The narration is kind of bad (2 out of 5 stars for me).

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  • D.R.
  • 12-09-2018

Disappointing

This was more like a bad college text book than a self help tool. Weird voice over kept popping up too.

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  • noah
  • 18-07-2018

anger managememt

This powerful short audio had everything about anger management, that I have learned from lots of long lengthy books, condensed down to one short great listen.?

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  • Smeralda
  • 02-04-2018

Superficial and pretencious

A waste of time. A superficial theoretical review that tell you what you are supposed to do to manage anger by telling you to buy books on mindfulness, nlp, or cognitive behaviour therapy. I hoped for the next chapter to bring some insights or techniques... Never came... I would not buy this again

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  • dani
  • 14-02-2018

This covers everything

The author's personal dilemma example of whether to backpack through Europe or open up a business was a poor one. Find better examples to bring the point home.
It helps to understand the origins of anger in your head and helps to find ways to alleviate the actions that go along with anger. If you are thinking about getting this book, you should give it a try!

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  • nicole
  • 14-02-2018

Suggested!!!!

This book was a good step for me. Not too deep but enough to start working with. I feel I need a change in my life.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 15-10-2017

Horrible.

Horrible book. Author completely void of compassion and full of her self. Do not recommend.

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