By C. Peter Bankart, Ph.D.
What separates Freeing Your Angry Mind from other anger management programs is that this book doesn’t seek to help you “manage” anger at all. Of course it’s important for you to recognize and control outbursts of temper, and there are many excellent techniques for doing just that. But these approaches tend to leave a lot of important questions unanswered-even unasked.
This book strives to offer you a real cure for anger, one based on deep introspection about the connection you share with other human beings. Drawing on basic principles from Buddhism, this book seeks to supplant anger with compassion, reaction with mindfulness, and self-importance with self-awareness.
192 pages. 6 x 9. Softcover. 2006.