ISBN: 1623157307
EAN13: 9781623157302
Language: English
Release Date: May 24, 2016
Pages: 156
Dimensions: 0.6" H x 9.2" L x 7.4" W
Weight: 0.95 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

A modern, no-nonsense anger management workbook written specifically for men

Are you ready to take control of your anger? Clinical Therapist Aaron Karmin teaches you the skills to manage your anger without aggression and build up your self-confidence, self-control, and self-respect.

The Anger Management Workbook for Men goes beyond why men get angry and helps you get to the root of your anger by including:

  • Invaluable information and assessments to help evaluate your anger
  • Concrete examples of productively expressing anger
  • Clinical examples of anger management strategies

The Anger Management Workbook for Men will give you positive and productive anger management tools to strengthen the most important and most overlooked relationship in your life-your relationship with yourself.

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5
   Worth Every Penny
The experiential activities can help you to have a better understanding of how to approach similar situations in the future. Even if anger is not an issue for you, this is still a good activity book to be sure that you manage your overall emotions and feelings in a manner that is helpful to yourself and others.
 
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   Trying to make him a better man
I purchased this book as a birthday present for my brother. A sweet guy, he gets frustrated easily and lets his anger explode. 0 1462228 14622 Then he's a sweet guy, but get's easily frustrated and lets his anger explode. It takes him a lot to get angry, and he doesn't know how to control it. But he's really showing interest in working on himself because he wants to marry his girlfriend, she said. It's good for him and any other man who wants to be a better controlled guy. Even if you think you're doing the right thing, it can feel like your in therapy book. This is not a fiction book, nor is it a read and reason type of book. It puts into perspective why you get angry, how it affects you and those around you and how to work on it. 0 14201 15201 The book looks at why you get angry, how it affects you and those around you and how to work on it. And it has a way of really changing your view of the universe. Writing has always been a passion of mine, so the fact that you journal throughout is a plus for Me. I was given the opportunity to review this book at a discounted rate for my honest opinion and unbiased review and I would buy it full price because it is well worth it.
 
4
   Well laid out and easy to navigate
The Anger Management Workbook for Men by Pauley Mitzna and Robert Hein shows how to learn about, explore and manage intense emotions. This could be used as a homework tool, in a group setting or in conjunction with individual therapy. The layout of the book is consistent with standard cognitive behavioral therapy techniques which are rigorously tested and rigorously implemented. This book is very practical and helpful for structuring treatment, Eisenberg said. The worksheets are designed to allow for self-reflection and growth. I'm pleased with the results.
 
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   My husband read this book because at times he had ...
Husband read this book because he had absolutely no patience with me or my 4 year old daughter. He didn't feel that the way he was reacting to the situations was wrong but it ahead actually started to put a huge stress on the relationship with us. Obviously this book is not a cure all, but it really helped him realize when he was getting upset and how to deal with it.
 
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   Approachable and valuable guide for addressing anger
He also dives deeply into the nuances and undercurrents that are likely relevant to many men and male-identified people. The workbook makes the process of dealing with anger very approachable, step-by-step. As a therapist, I feel that re-education is often one of the first steps to healing, and I feel this workbook does a great job of this, in addition to using engaging techniques that offer a real opportunity for growth, she said. But anger can be externalized, which can make it easier for clients to look at their problems effectively and without becoming overwhelmed by shame. I believe this will be a valuable tool for therapists to use with clients or even for people to explore their anger on their own!
 
4
   Good book for therapists to recommend to clients
I have used parts of this workbook with several of my clients who struggle with anger issues and have found it very helpful, especially the five-part anger management plan, "The Five Reasons Anger Occurs and Four Keys to Managing Anger." The language is fairly colloquial, so it appeals to everyone, not just therapists, Reichert said. There are also some activities for writing and participating in which makes this book engaging and useful. The one negative thing I have to say is that I found the writing to be disorganized, Hubach said. Note the writer's disclaimer: I received this book in exchange for an honest review.
 
5
   Insightful
Great book, really brought me insight into why I react the way I do and how to prepare myself for future stress events.
 
5
   You will learn to know yourself, just what I needed.
The interactive nature of the book made it stand out. It has got me to reflect and learn from the mistakes I made, he said. It's great to see people who have found themselves losing the battle with their anger. There is also a workbook for women, and I would recommend the suggested reading of the anger trap.
 
5
   Don't know if it's really just for men...
I picked up this book from Amazon's own Anger Management section. The first book that really leads someone to get to know their anger was by Raymond Chandler. The other books talked about someone else. The book talks as if it were talking to you. Numerous writing exercises seemed more accurate and helpful than ever. This book was a joy to read and helped me to calm down during a week with lots of emotion, Morgenthau said. Highly recommend.
 
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   Insightful
What I liked about the book is that it recognised anger as a real emotion to be understood and not suppressed, Raymond said. It is true also that many of our emotional states have origins in our childhood.
 
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