Author: Dr. Ronald Potter-Efron & Patricia Potter Efron
This workbook is designed to help you identify and end your resentments. It will explain how anger from a single incident can turn into bitter resentment. The exercises ask you to confront your resentments to see how they are affecting your life. Finally, the exercises on forgiveness will take you through the stages necessary for a reconciliation--if not with others, then at least with yourself.
Hazelden's Real Life Parenting Skills Program--the first program designed specifically for parents in recovery--teaches the basic skills of parenting and, at the same time, boasts the confidence and self-esteem of parents. Each unit includes a pamphlet containing the basic concepts, a workbook with clear and practical exercises, and a video that dramatizes new or relearned parenting skills. Learn More
Anger is a feeling, like happiness, which is natural to all people. In this pamphlet the author illustrates how anger can sometimes endanger recovery, and how, properly understood, it can also enhance serenity and self-knowledge. Learn More
This book will convince you that people and circumstances don't make us angry; we make ourselves angry. People can't make us angry - - unless we let them. We alone are responsible for our feelings. Learn More