Books about anger

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  1. onceaking

    onceaking Fapstronaut

    Does anyone know of good books about how to deal with anger in a healthy way?
     
  2. ADMG

    ADMG Fapstronaut

    I've heard of a book called Overcoming Sinful Anger which has some mixed reviews. It comes from a Catholic/Christian perspective. From reviews I've read, it looks like it talks about some of the spiritual sides of anger; but is not as helpful when it comes to practical ways of dealing with anger.

    Did you end up finding anything? I could use some help on this, too.
     
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  3. getafterit

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    Sorry, no books recommendation here.

    If I am angry it means I haven't worked out hard enough that day.
     
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  4. Antimatteromega

    Antimatteromega Fapstronaut

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    Hello
    If your interested in Stoicism then you might want to take a look at On Anger by Seneca. You can Download it for free. I haven't read it myself though so you can take my advice with a grain of salt.
     
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  5. onceaking

    onceaking Fapstronaut

    I asked for book suggestions in some Facebook groups but none of what was suggested sparked my interest, but I listened to some podcasts that were helpful.

    Here's what I found:

    Savvy Psychologist

    It's Okay (And Even Useful) to Be Angry
    3 Easy Ways to Cool Down in an Emotional Crisis

    The Science of Happiness

    Feeling Angry? Try This
    How To Let Go of Anger

    Ten Present Happier
    Dealing with Uncertainty, Anxiety, and Anger

    Secular Buddhism
    Freedom From the Bonds of Anger & Hatred
     
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  6. En?gma

    En?gma Fapstronaut

    Seneca - De Ira
    Epicuro letters
     
  7. En?gma

    En?gma Fapstronaut

    you anticipated me lol
     
  8. MeTP

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    Check this - this is not a book - this is possibility of experience of anger directly through live session
    I did it and it was way more enriching that any book possibly written on subject of anger.
    https://rageclub.mystrikingly.com/
     
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