Getting Over Getting Mad by Judy Ford
Positive Ways to Manage Anger in Your Most Important Relationships

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With society increasingly held hostage to stress, conflict, and violence, the issue of anger is getting lots of attention. Couples, families, schools, and workplaces are all focusing attention on anger and how to effectively deal with it. In contrast to books that analyze the causes of anger or discuss the issue on a societal level, Getting Over Getting Mad provides us with inspiration and suggestions for making positive changes in ourselves and our relationships. The book's primary emphasis is on prevention, encouraging us to deal with stress, frustration, tantrums, and annoyances quickly, before these disturbances sour feelings and burn bridges. The book also gives concrete suggestions for handling anger in ongoing difficult situations, and chronicles the author's own experiences as a therapist and workshop leader.
 

About Judy Ford

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Judy Ford is a nationally recognized family counselor, best selling author and inspirational speaker whose expertise is in empowering individuals and families. She has dedicated her life to family healing and wholeness. Her aParenting with Love and Laughtera workshops have been attended by thousands of parents. Her articles have appeared in "Family Circle, Womenras World" and "Seattle Family," She has appeared on "Oprah!, Sally Jesse Raphael, NPR." Rachel Greene Baldino, MSW, LCSW, writes a relationship column for the health and wellness website SixWise.com. She is the author of the e-book, "Loving Simply: Eliminating Drama from Your Intimate Relationships.
 
Published March 1, 2001 by Conari Press. 198 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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In Getting Over Getting Mad: Positive Ways to Manage Anger in Your Most Important Relationships, Ford breaks anger down into neat, accessible components to help readers gain insight into what makes them angry and how anger erupts.

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The positive management of anger means not suppressing it, ignoring it, or letting it harden into hostility: "Notice that anger is one letter short of danger.

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