From the Back Cover
Stay calm under pressure
Adopt a new outlook on difficult situations
Manage your daily stresses and strains
Balance the effects of your temper
Wave goodbye to stress and anger
Do you have difficulty keeping a lid on your emotions? Do you often fly off the handle? Or do you know someone else who does? This book offers essential techniques on keeping your anger under control and developing new skills to deal with stressful situations. Through helpful and straightforward explanations, this guide will help you to ease your anger and work on areas where you’d like to keep your cool. From managing stressful situations at home or in the office to tackling road rage, use this easy-to-follow advice to stay on top of your anger and keep your head in testing situations.
Work at it – combat workplace stress and stay calm in a professional environment
Don’t look back in anger – deal with the past, and learn to let go and move forward
Drift away – discover how to dissolve stress and ensure a good night’s sleep
Should I have said that? – learn to manage your temper and not speak out in anger
No combat zone – say goodbye to physical aggression and control your body, as well as your mind
Getting personal – find new ways to deal with problems at home and in relationships
Open the book and find:
How to deal with pressurised situations
Daily stress management techniques
Advice on how to develop a new outlook
Ways to stay in a good mood
Key points on keeping your cool
The skill of preventing anger in the future
Why it’s important to manage your body chemistry
About the Author
Gill Bloxham, CPsychol is a Chartered Psychologist and an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society. Gill teaches on university courses, to charity organizations such as MIND and to non-health agencies including the police and local government.
W. Doyle Gentry, PhD, is a Clinical Psychologist and Director of the Institute for Anger-Free Living.