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By Albert Ellis, Arthur Lange

ISBN-10: 0806538112

ISBN-13: 9780806538112

With a brand new Foreword by way of Raymond A. DiGiuseppe, Ph.D.

CLASSIC SELF-HELP FROM A revered PIONEER OF PSYCHOTHERAPY

Anger. It’s one among our most simple, and infrequently so much harmful, human feelings. And in today’s international, it’s a relentless, escalating strength, from street rage to household abuse, from youngster violence to acts of terrorism. greater than ever we want potent how you can reside with it, comprehend it—and discover ways to care for it. This landmark publication from world-renowned psychotherapist Dr. Albert Ellis, writer of Rational Emotive habit remedy (REBT), exhibits you how.

Presented in an easy step by step software that any one can grasp, the confirmed, time-tested ideas of REBT train you to control or even get rid of anger, with no sacrificing worthwhile assertiveness. the following you’ll discover:

*What precisely is anger, and do you have to consider it?
*How you create your individual anger*Methods of pondering, feeling, and performing your approach out of anger

*Why maintaining directly to anger is usually fun—and tips to permit it go
*How to exploit REBT to deal with tragic occasions which are a ways past our control

…and even more, together with a number of real-world case experiences, plus a complete, serious research of many of the methods to this age-old challenge. even if at domestic or at paintings, in a private or political context, this leap forward method will enable you take keep watch over of the anger that could stand within the approach of good fortune and happiness.

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No action or person rates as either good or bad in and of itself, but instead is rated by somewhat arbitrary and changeable standards. Let us turn our attention to B, your Belief System. Before advancing a detailed explanation of B, let us clarify one main point. Although B exerts an extremely strong influence upon your reactions at C, we’d better not see B as the only factor in determining C but always remember that A also influences your reactions. Your behavior at C, then, follows a combination of A and B.

I discover that I cannot take advantage of you, for you guard against that. Because you do not totally reject me for acting unfairly, you respect me as a person in spite of my behavior, and you tend to respect yourself as a person in spite of your ineffective anger. Although you have other alternatives with the REBT solution, you can see from this example that it not only deals with the disadvantages of anger but also provides the groundwork for reestablishing relationships on the basis of mutual respect.

As we look at A and C, it may appear that A causes C. REBT theory assumes, however, that although your Adversity or Activating Event directly contributes to your Emotional Consequence, it does not really cause it. We do not always easily see the dynamics of cause and effect. Yet if we look closely at this relationship between A and C—as we will throughout this book—we will find other factors involved and find that although my withdrawing from our agreement may have inconvenienced and disappointed you greatly, my “unjust” action alone does not necessarily make you feel angry with me.

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