Anger: Taming the Beast, Reneau Z Peurifoy
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by Reneau Z Peurifoy, ISBN: 9780929437002  (e-book)
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If you or someone you love is experiencing difficulty coping with their anger, this useful and practical book will show you

- Why you handle anger the way you do
- Positive ways to manage anger
- How to speak up strongly and effectively
- Effective ways to handle frustration and resolve conflicts
- How to set limits and say no to unreasonable demands
- Practical ways to cope with stress, embarrassment, and shame
- How to relate your feelings to others without losing your cool

Whether you have an explosive temper or are brooding over suppressed anger, the questionnaires, step-by-step exercises, and strategies outlined in "Anger: Taming the Beast" will teach you how to change the way you experience and express anger.
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Biography :

Reneau Peurifoy holds a master's degree in counseling and is the author of four books: "Anxiety, Phobias, and Panic: Taking Charge and Conquering Fear", "Overcoming Anxiety: From Short-Term Fixes to Long-Term Recovery", "Anger: Taming the Beast" and "Why Did God Give Us Emotions?" His first book, "Anxiety, Phobias and Panic", has gone through three revisions and sold over 200,000 copies.

Peurifoy's work is embraced by many self-help groups and clinics addressing anxiety-related problems who have selected his books from among a host of others on the market as the basis for their programs. The Anxiety Disorders Association of America (ADAA), the nation's primary organization for anxiety-related problems, has invited Peurifoy to speak at eleven national conferences.

Peurifoy has a wide range of experience in front of groups, addressing a wide array of topics ranging from overcoming anxiety disorders and stress management to setting limits as a parent. He is a frequent media commentator, having appeared extensively on dozens of television and radio programs. Peurifoy's warmth and comfortable manner generate a strong rapport with audiences. Because he believes so strongly in the material he has developed over his years as a therapist, teacher, and workshop leader, his excitement over sharing it is genuinely contagious.

Peurifoy was in private practice for twenty years as a marriage and family therapist specializing in anxiety disorders. He retired from private practice in 2000 to teach at a local College in Sacramento, California. He has attended Fuller Theological Seminary and after retiring from teaching in 2015, he received a ministerial credential from the Church of God headquartered in Anderson, Indiana. He now is spending his time writing, speaking, and seeing people with anxiety-related problems as a pastoral counselor. He has also developed a YouTube channel that features videos on practical life skills.

Book Review :

Philip W. Cook, author, Abused Men - The Hidden Side of Domestic Violence

At last, an anger management book that is easy for anyone to use! "Anger: Taming the Beast" offers practical advice and methods that can lead to realistic results. It should be the primary reading recommendation to clients in anger management programs. Anyone experiencing a problem with anger in their lives will find a wealth of knowledge and be presented with the opportunity to make constructive changes. Professionals will find this book to be a highly useful tool in helping their clients achieve greater peace and harmony. I enthusiastically recommend this book to you.

Midwest Book Review - Reviewer's Choice

"Anger: Taming The Beast" is straightforward, "user friendly", do-it-yourself program that anyone can undertake in order to become master of their emotions, rather than at the mercy of them. Individual chapters focus on learning new ways to resolve conflicts, handling the frustrations and anxieties of parenting, the nature and origins of anger, assertiveness, stress management, and much more. "Anger: Taming The Beast" is a strongly recommended title for anyone seeking to manage their emotions in a more positive, fitting, situationally appropriate manner.

Rex Briggs, MSW Author of Transforming Anxiety, Transcending Shame

Just what I've come to expect from Reneau, another high quality, practical book that will benefit anyone who reads it.

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