By Lynne McClure, Ph.D.
#2685 Women get trapped by their own anger. They deny it, hide it, and talk themselves out of it. They take it out in ways that hurt the people they love. They take it out on themselves. Women let anger hurt their self-image, narrow their choices, limit their careers, and destroy their families. They let anger lead them into depression, eating disorders, and destructive relationships.
Here’s the book that shows women how to take – or take back – control of their lives. Readers will identify with the real-life examples of how anger takes over. They will find it easy to use the practical, down-to-earth skills to reclaim control of their lives:
- Seven ways other people use anger to control women
- Specific tools women can use to manage their own anger and to protect themselves from others’ anger
- A self-discovery exercise at the end of each chapter
This not-to-be-missed book is designed to be self-directed as well as instructional, and contains a foreword by Dr. Judith Reisman, author of Soft Porn Plays Hardball.
142 pages. Softcover. 2004. SPECIALS: 10 copies for $119.95; 100 copies for $747.50.
THE AUTHOR: Lynne McClure, Ph.D., is nationally recognized as a leading expert in managing high-risk behavior. President of McClure Associates, Inc. in the Phoenix area, she has been featured by CNN News Stand, CBS This Morning, Fox News Channel, U.S. News & World Report, USA Today, Newsday, Los Angeles Times, and other prominent media. She is the author of Anger & Conflict in the Workplace and Risky Business: Managing Employee Violence. Clients include Fortune 500 companies and government agencies.
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