Control Your ANGER Before It Controls You!
- A new anger measurement. // Current Health 2;Jan1991, Vol. 17 Issue 5, p17
Reports that anger may increase blood pressure. Importance of learning relaxation methods.
- Managing anger. // Current Health 2;Nov95, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p12
Offers advice on how to control anger. Recognition of the cause of the anger; Early warning systems; Alienation of one's self from the person causing the anger.
- Anger. Arenofsky, Janice // Current Health 2;Feb96, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p16
Presents ways to control anger and channeling it to positive pathways. Violence as a result of uncontrolled anger; Talking to diffuse anger; Conflict resolution through mediation; Tips to short-circuit anger. INSET: Handling harassment..
- Does anger hurt your heart? // Current Health 1;Feb1993, Vol. 16 Issue 6, p2
Says that many scientists believe being angry isn't good for the heart. Study results; Testing the heart; Scientists still unable to tell whether anger causes heart disease or just makes it worse.
- The temper tantrum. Bringle, M. // Cosmopolitan;Sep90, Vol. 209 Issue 3, p250
Advises women on healthy ways to vent anger. Understanding sudden losses of control; Passive resistance; Controlling emotional outbursts; Permissible tantrums.
- Angry. Malveaux, J. // Essence (Essence);May89, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p64
Discusses social and personal anger, and the benefits of each for black women.
- Steamed? // Marriage Partnership;Fall96, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p30
Presents a quiz to determine how well one is doing to control anger.
- Evaluation of two cognitive-behavioral approaches to general anger reduction. Deffenbacher, Jerry L.; Oetting, Eugene R. // Cognitive Therapy & Research;Dec96, Vol. 20 Issue 6, p551
Evaluates two cognitive-behavioral approaches to general anger reduction. Inductive social skills training; Cognitive-relaxation coping skills; Social skills approach; Multivariate analyses of variance.
- Tempering the spirit of wrath: Anger and the Christian life. Roberts, Robert C. // Christian Century;06/18/97, Vol. 114 Issue 19, p588
Discusses the a story about newly-wed Mort and Molly illustrating four features of anger. Casting blame on someone; Wanting that person to be hurt; Deeming the person as unattractive; Seeing oneself as in a position to judge; Scriptural verses related to anger; Jesus' love for mankind;...