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From the Publisher"Combining the teachings drawn from Shantideva and the lojong teachings of Tibetan Buddhism with present-day examples, Chodron presents a compelling and accessible guide for practitioners in the Western dharma community."—Sangha Journal
"Thubten Chodron offers her insights on anger, the ways that it manifests in our lives and the ways that we can skillfully work to transform it. Both inspiring and humble in its approach, this book is sure to be a help to many." —Sharon Salzberg, meditation teacher and author of Lovingkindness: The Revolutionary Art of Happiness and A Heart As Wide As the World.
"Presented with clarity, wit, anecdotes and examples, the material is easy to read and to absorb. If you have an anger problem (who doesn't?) or are dealing with someone who does (who isn't?) you will be glad you found this book."—Light of Consciousness
"Chodron's suggestions are widely applicable, her words are grounded in everyday experiences that go beyond mere philosophy or esoteric practice. She addresses issues of envy, criticism, resentment, and betrayal, and explores how these experiences offer opportunities to generate greater love and compassion for others and ourselves."—NAPRA Review
"Thubten Chodron is one of our freshest voices of the dharma. Echoing the clarity of H.H. the Dalai Lama's own teachings on forgiveness and healing, in Working With Anger she brings us helpful, practical insights from her deep training in Himalayan wisdom traditions. Written in clear, user-friendly language, this superb handbook offers us concrete strategies for dealing effectively with the painful afflictions of anger, criticism and betrayal in contemporary life situations. Can we ever tire of such necessary, good advice?"—Trevor Carolan, David See-Chai Lam Centre for International Communication
"By presenting in everyday language the Buddhist methods for overcoming and preventing anger, Bhikshuni Thubten Chodron has made accessible time-tested practical guidelines that can be helpful for everyone."— Alexander Berzin, author of Relating to a Spiritual Teacher and Developing Balanced Sensitivity.
"In Working with Anger, Thubten Chodron offers us a kind and genuinely helpful guide to handling one of the greatest challenges in living an emotionally intelligent life."—Daniel Goleman, author, Emotional Intelligence