This workbook is a workbook for a person to figure out how to deal identify the type of anger issues they have. Plus it gives them some ways in which to cope with it as well. The author uses some key Biblical verses to help gain inspiration from. This book has a way of making a person think really hard about what they are truly feeling and thinking.
I didn’t get as much from this book as I was expecting to get. I honestly felt like I was having an in home counseling session because I was filling in blanks more than I was actually reading a lot of helpful information. However, sometimes the best way to grow and change is by being forced to evaluate your own actions and thoughts. This book gives us the place to put those thoughts down in writing and actually put the pieces together.
I would recommend it for someone who is just starting out with admitting that they have an anger management issue. To me it felt like the beginners course workbook. I don’t feel it would help a person completely gain control or make drastic changes. We all do have to start somewhere when we are trying to fix important issues in our lives whether it’s an addiction or a personality trait we’re wanting to change.
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2 comments on “The Anger Workbook-Book Review”
I don’t have anger issues, but boy do I get frustrated sometimes. I wish I had a live in masseur to keep me calm (we can wish!)
most spiritual advisors recommend journalling everyday..as a way to look back at our fears and anxieties and see God’s hand working in our lives. i know writing feelings down does even more than that, and would probably help diffuse anger.