Most people believe that anger is a negative emotion from which no good can come. Many Christians think that anger should not be expressed and that such feelings are sinful. This book (now in it’s second printing – 2010) explores the emotion of anger and how anger – which is a part of the human experience – is a force God can use for His purposes. Co-authors Lynette Hoy and Ted Griffin present a fresh approach to managing anger, identifying the problem, power and process of anger (from annoyance to bitterness or rage); biblical examples of “good anger” and how faith, assertiveness, problem-solving and forgiveness impact anger and can be used by God for his purposes.
Chronic anger can be costly – physically, emotionally and relationally. Most
people can use their anger in appropriate ways in some situations, and yet
can be ineffectual or harmful in other situations. Applying principles from
the What’s Good About Anger? book and workbooks can reduce your levels of anger, and help you learn effective coping behaviors to stop escalation and to resolve conflicts. Logging anger, triggering situations and applying new skills will help you more effectively control unhealthy anger responses.
Ebook version available on Amazon (Kindle version) or Barnes and Noble (Nook)
- Introduction and Instructions; Group Guidelines
- Anger Survey: Anger Log
- The Power of Anger
- When Anger is Good
- The Role of Faith
- Handling Anger Biblically
- Turning Anger into Forgiveness and Grace
- When to Take a Time-Out
- Cognitive Distortions
- Plan to Change Your Life by Changing Your Thinking
and Trusting God
- Application Devotionals for Anger Management. Gain a new perspective on anger, how to let God control you when it flares up and how to better manage your response to provoking situations.
“This distance-learning anger management course is presented by Lynette Hoy, a National Certified Counselor, marriage and family counselor licensed in the state of Illinois, crisis counselor and anger management specialist. Mrs Hoy has completed the 40 hours of training in domestic violence advocacy. Mrs. Hoy is a Diplomate with the American Association of Anger Management Providers and has trained hundreds of clients, couples and students in anger management. Certificate is granted upon successful completion of the quizzes and final exam. Contact Lynette Hoy for questions about these courses at:
CounselCare Connection, P.C.
Lynette Hoy, NCC, LCPC, CAMS-V
Oak Brook, IL 60523