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Did you know that there are different levels of anger - from addictive, passive-aggressive and verbal to overwhelming anger due to postpartum depression? Anger is an emotion expressed by strong feelings and the effects of everyday life. Anger can be displayed in several ways, from abuse and shouting to death. In Anger Management: Understanding Anger and Finding the Right Way to Deal with It by Dr. Mary Ann Martínez, you will learn a lot about the different types of anger, its causes, and how to manage it. As you read Anger Management, look at it as a self-help resource. Dr. Mary Ann Martínez is like your coach in helping you to muddle and navigate through the anger process. In Anger Management, you will be able to identify with the angry emotion that you are experiencing and then learn how to channel that anger by choosing from various outlets.
Little is realized or considered that anger affects your health as well. I've seen several people that experience bouts of high blood pressure, heart attacks or strokes due to their constant bouts of anger. “Too much anger too often can harm us in a number of ways physically, spiritually, mentally, emotionally, as well as financially,” says Dr. Mary Ann Martínez. Anger can range from internal self-destruction to being totally out of control. If not managed properly, anger can be such an obstacle in your life that you and your loved can be paying for it for the rest of your lives. In Anger Management, you will better understand how anger begins from helplessness and feelings of being self-entitled to unforgiving. We all experience various types of challenges in the world today, but it is how we manage these challenges that determines the outcome. I truly enjoyed reading and learning from Anger Management: Understanding Anger and Finding the Right Way to Deal with It by Dr. Mary Ann Martínez.