By Doc Childre and Deborah Rozman, Ph.D.
Drawing upon research by neuroscientists, this book explains how thoughts and feelings get stored in the nervous system and create cellular triggers of anger.
In order to get beyond the mechanical negative pull of their triggers, readers learn to control their heart rhythms through a “freeze-frame” technique that allows them to clearly see their options for dealing with anger. They also are shown how to turn their emotional deficits into assets; build personal strengths; depersonalize actions of others; and identify resistance to change.
128 pages. 5.25 x 7.5. Softcover. 2003.
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