30minute therapy for anger

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Title: 30minute therapy for anger; Essential knowledge to treat anger in the shortest possible time

Authors: Ronald T. Potter Efron; Patricia S. Potter Afron

Translator: Mehrab Hassanvand

Publisher: Nik Farjam

Subject: Anger / Control (Psychology)

Age category: Adult

Number of pages: 117

Language: Farsi

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Introducing the book “30minute therapy for anger” by Ronald T. Potter Efron and Patricia S. Potter Afron
30minute therapy for anger by Ronald T. Potter Efron and Patricia S. Potter Afron offers strategies and exercises to treat anger and rage.

Introducing the book of 30minute therapy for anger
The 30 Minute Therapy for Anger book is designed for people who want and need simple and quick guidance to control their anger.

For example, if you get angry quickly, it means that your anger threshold is very low and you can refer to Chapter 14 to find a solution. You do not have to have major anger issues to use this book.

Every human being gets angry in some situations and needs good guidance to control it. Most of us have a laid back attitude when it comes to painting a picture about ourselves. This book will help you learn how to handle such difficult situations.
Ronald T. Potter Efron and Patricia S. Patricia S Potter Efron has divided the book into three main sections.

The first section contains chapters designed to help you identify the situations that cause you to get angry, the point at which you reach them, and how anger and frustration can cause problems for you and those around you. For example, do you get very angry when you are upset? Does your thinking process get disturbed when you are angry?

The second section helps you set realistic goals for fighting anger, and the third section focuses on learning the basics of anger management, which includes ways to identify your own and others’ emotions, as well as the ability to Giving yourself in the situation of others and understanding their situation, as well as forgiving yourself in times when you strongly blame yourself for anger.

Each chapter is divided into three sections. The first part has a brief introduction to the goals of that chapter and provides at least one effective solution to your anger problems.
Then, in the second part, more useful and practical solutions are presented, and finally, in the third part, supplementary solutions and examples of people who have succeeded in using these methods and have been able to overcome their anger, are presented, which will help you in your mood and nervous state. Understand better and be better able to control your behavior. It also offers useful exercises during different seasons that you can use in different situations.

In a section of the book Treating Anger in 30 Minutes, we read:
Anger is an emotion that often occurs in a multi-part pattern. The process of anger often has a definite beginning. Excitement begins normally and then slowly intensifies. For example, a person rates anger at grade six and then takes time to calm down again. “I’m angry for an hour,” says one. “But then I calm down.” You can use this information to help yourself change and manage your anger pattern.

First you need to set a goal for yourself to be less angry than usual. Maybe now is the average time to get angry five times a day. Imagine how much better your quality of life would be if you could reduce that to twice a day, once a month, or once a week.

You also need to set a goal to reduce the intensity of your anger. Of course, this requires discipline and planning; But if you can calm down, think right, and speak right when angry, won’t it make you feel better?
The third goal is to reduce the length of your anger stages. This is a special and necessary goal for times when you often cling to anger and rage for a long time.

Another goal of anger management that we want you to keep in mind is to do less harm to yourself and others when you are angry. Needless to say, in the fourth goal, we ask you to stop behaviors such as breaking objects, punching walls, and attacking others when anger arises.

Also remember that when you are angry, you are hurting others a lot with what you say. Verbal attacks can be just as devastating to the people you love as they are to physical injuries.

Index of the book
Part 1: Identify your anger threshold
Extreme anger and its price
Rapid arousal
Problems with the intensity of your anger and measuring your anger
Thinking and planning in times of anger
Very fast and powerful reaction
Very angry and listen to its sound
Getting angry and feeling disgusted
Recognize the rewards that come from being angry
Part 2: Set realistic goals for yourself
Effective performance
Your goals for anger management
The principle of replacement
Accept your anger
Part 3: Make good use of your anger
Invitators of anger
Give the right break
Take deep breaths in stressful situations and do stretching exercises
Avoid anger as a continuous and enduring process
Put yourself in the other person’s shoes
Replace negative thoughts with positive ones
Identify your other emotions
Look for the good in the bad instead
Neutralize potential anger
Use sentences with the pronoun “I”
Guidelines for litigation
The need for a fair trial
Use your anger to fight for your goals
Deep resentments and the need for forgiveness
Internalized anger and the challenges of self-forgiveness
“Treating Anger in 30 Minutes” by Ronald T. Potter Efron, Patricia S. “Potter Afron” is a translation of “Elham Aramnia” and “Shamsuddin Hosseini”. The explanation on the back of the book states: “Every human being gets angry in some situations and needs good guidance to control it.

Most of us have a laid back attitude when it comes to painting a picture about ourselves. This book will help you learn how to handle such difficult situations. We have divided this book into three main sections.

The first section is designed to help you identify the situations that cause you to get angry, the point at which you reach them, and how anger and frustration can cause problems for you and those around you.
The second section will help you set realistic goals for fighting anger and rage, and the third section will focus on the main goal, which is to learn basic ways to control anger that include ways to identify your own and others’ emotions, as well as the ability to “Giving yourself in the position of others and understanding their situation, as well as forgiving yourself when you are severely blaming yourself for anger.” This book has been published by “New Generation of Thought” Publications.

“Treat anger in 30 minutes”
The present book is entitled (30minute therapy for anger) by Dr. Ronald T Potter-Efron and Dr. Patricia S. Patricia Potter-Efron is a translation of Elham Aramnia and Shamsuddin Hosseini, published by Nasl Navandish Publications.

This book is designed for people who want and need simple and quick guidance to control their anger. For example, if you get angry quickly, it means that your anger threshold is very low and you can go to Chapter 14 to find a solution.

You do not have to have major anger issues to use this book. Every human being gets angry in some situations and needs good guidance to control it.

Most of us have a laid back attitude when it comes to painting a picture about ourselves. This book will help you learn how to handle such difficult situations.
This book is designed in three chapters. The first section contains chapters designed to help you identify the situations that cause you to get angry, the point at which you reach them, and how anger and frustration can cause problems for you and those around you.

The second section helps you set realistic goals for fighting anger and rage, and the third section focuses on learning the basics of anger management, which includes ways to identify your own and others’ emotions, as well as The ability to put yourself in the shoes of others and to understand their circumstances, as well as to forgive yourself when you blame yourself too much for anger.

In part of this book we read:
“Anger is an emotion that often occurs in a multi-part pattern. The process of anger often has a definite beginning. The emotion begins normally and then intensifies slowly.

For example, a person rates anger at grade six and then takes time to calm down again. “I’m angry for an hour,” says one. “But then I calm down.” You can use this information to help yourself change and manage your anger pattern.

First you need to set a goal for yourself to be less angry than usual. Maybe now is the average time to get angry five times a day. Imagine how much better your quality of life would be if you could reduce that to twice a day, once a month, or once a week.
You also need to set a goal to reduce the intensity of your anger. Of course, this requires discipline and planning; “But if you can keep calm, think right and speak right when you are angry, won’t it make you feel better?”

Every human being gets angry in some situations and needs good guidance to control it. Most of us have a laid back attitude when it comes to painting a picture about ourselves.

This book will help you learn how to handle such difficult situations. We have divided this book into three main sections. In the first part, chapters are designed to help you deal with situations that make you angry.
The point of reaching them and how anger can cause problems for you and those around you. Identify, and the second section helps you set realistic goals for fighting anger, and the third section addresses the main goal, which is to learn basic ways to control anger that include ways to identify your own and others’ emotions. You also have the ability to put yourself in the shoes of others and understand their situation, as well as to forgive yourself when you strongly blame yourself for anger.

Introducing the book Anger Cure in Thirty Minutes
Every human being gets angry and angry in some situations and does not know how to react to this mental pressure and how to control his anger. The Cure for Anger in Thirty Minutes by Dr. Ronald T. Potter Efron and Dr. Patricia S. Potter Afron helps you learn how to handle such difficult situations.

This book has three main sections. In the first part, chapters are designed to help you identify the situations that cause you to get angry.
The second part helps you set realistic goals for fighting your anger, and the third part deals with the main goal, which is to learn basic ways to control anger, including ways to identify your own and others ’emotions, your ability to put yourself in others’ shoes, and Understand their situation and forgive yourself when you are blaming yourself for anger.

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