Tuesday, January 15, 2013

The Anger Workbook by Les Carter and Frank Minirth This excellent book helps one identify anger in its many forms, trace its needs, motivating emotions and take steps to reduce and conquer it. It is accessible, using checklists to analyze and numbered blanks to delineate personal examples. The four parts of this book are Identifying Your Anger, Anger Thrives on Unmet Needs, How Other Emotions Create Anger, and Applying New Insights about Anger Reduction. This book was interesting, challenging and enlightening. It was thought provoking and insightful. The material was presented simply and cohesively, conveying biblical truth accurately. I would recommend this book to everyone. Unless we have faced our anger head on, we likely do not realize how much it permeates our lives. The Anger Workbook is extremely well written, with tremendous instruction and insight. I received this book for free in exchange for my unbiased review through the Thomas Nelson BookSneeze Program.

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