W. Doyle Gentry - When Someone You Love Is Angry

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W. Doyle Gentry - When Someone You Love Is Angry

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Format: [Handbook (pdf)]

File size: 20.90 MB



A simple 7-step program to deal with an emotionally or physically abusive loved one (spouse, parent, sibling or child) seems too easy to be effective. But Gentry is not a lightweight pop author; he is editor in chief of the Journal of Behavioral Medicine, and has been working with victims of what he calls "toxic" anger ("anger that is experienced far too often, is far too intense and lasts far too long") for decades. Believable case studies illustrate how Gentry’s seven steps can work, and he accepts the irrationality of the love that makes people reluctant to leave such relationships (though if the other steps fail, he advises, it may be necessary to leave). Questionnaires and tables help readers evaluate their situation and answer such questions as "how angry is too angry?" He then offers sensible, tested steps, not to change the angry person, but to manage the anger and one’s response to it, such as getting a support network and controlling one’s own anger. Anyone in a toxic anger situation will benefit from Gentry’s calm, wise advice.Copyright © Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.Product DescriptionClinical psychologist and anger expert W. Doyle Gentry offers compassionate, practical insight to those with angry loved ones, providing coping strategies that help strengthen emotional intimacy and establish boundaries-and avoid being held hostage to a partner's angry words and behavior.When Someone You Love Is Angry combines the latest research with real-life testimony, resulting in a survival guide for those exposed to toxic anger, outlining a unique seven-step program to minimize the emotional damage of loving, but angry, relationships:- Reaching out for support- Abandoning the eight myths about love and anger- Recognizing and putting a stop to abusive behavior- Avoiding facilitation of the anger syndrome- Refraining from angry responses- Inoculating oneself against stress- Exploring one's options P.S. Mate if Have ebooks on counseling, group process and drug addiction pls. share it here...