Dealing with Frustration and Anger

Overview

At times, everyone feels angry or frustrated. When used as positive tools, these emotions can spur people into action so they are encouraged to make their lives or the world better. These feelings can also be destructive to one's health if a person gets upset too often or too strongly and to the larger community if he or she lashes out with angry words or actions. Dealing with Frustration and Anger explores both the positive and negative sides of these emotions and looks at the many techniques anger management ...

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Overview

At times, everyone feels angry or frustrated. When used as positive tools, these emotions can spur people into action so they are encouraged to make their lives or the world better. These feelings can also be destructive to one's health if a person gets upset too often or too strongly and to the larger community if he or she lashes out with angry words or actions. Dealing with Frustration and Anger explores both the positive and negative sides of these emotions and looks at the many techniques anger management experts suggest for the healthy expression of these feelings.

Character Education is designed to provide readers with a greater knowledge and understanding of everyday social and emotional issues while at the same time reinforcing those ideas with related history and current events topics. To develop his or her character, a person must understand core virtues, care about them, and act upon them. This series aims to help readers want to become people of character.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781604131239
  • Publisher: Facts on File, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 9/1/2009
  • Series: Character Education Series
  • Pages: 120
  • Age range: 11 - 17 Years
  • Product dimensions: 6.70 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction Madonna M. Murphy Sharon L. Banas 7

1 What Are Frustration and Anger? 13

2 The Biology of Anger 23

3 Situations that Cause Frustration and Anger 30

4 Destructive Uses of Anger in History 40

5 Constructive Uses of Anger in History 58

6 Frustration and Anger Today 76

7 Managing Frustration and Anger 92

Glossary 99

Bibliography 101

Further Resources 111

Picture Credits 113

Index 114

About the Author and Consultants 119

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