In Anger Work: How To Express Your Anger And Still Be Kind Dr. Puff explains why it is detrimental to your own emotional well-being to take out your anger on others through verbal abuse or unkind actions. Here Dr. Puff shares the highly effective techniques of Anger Work he has used for over 15 years to help clients with: * Rage * Depression * Stress-Induced Illness * Marital or Parent/Child Strife * Irritability /Moodiness * Grief * Healing From Past Abuse
Dr. Puff gives specific hands-on techniques you can begin using immediately. These include strategies to use at work, on the road, in your home, or during a work-out.
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Dr. Robert E. Puff, Jr., is a licensed psychologist and renowned expert on ANGER MANAGEMENT. He is a sought after business consultant, guest speaker, and radio/TV guest.
Dr. Puff received his first masters degree at Princeton, then went on to Fuller to earn his second masters degree and Ph.D. in clinical psychology. Later he taught as an adjunct professor at Rosemead Graduate School of Psychology.
He maintains a private practice in Southern California. In his practice he works with adults, adolescents, and children as young as two years old. Dr. Puff teaches his clients to tap into and utilize their anger to manage stress and heal from traumatic experiences. He has been successfully helping individuals and families for over 15 years. Dr. Puff’s goal is to teach people around the world about Anger Work, so that they can use their anger to heal and not to hurt. He wants to spread the message that you can learn to be kind in all situations, even when your angry. If you do this you will enrich not only your own life, but the lives of those around you as well.Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.:
WHAT IS ANGER WORK? Anger work is a psychological tool which is used to heal oneself from past and present emotional pains. The basic premise of Anger Work is to let go of emotionally painful events by focusing on them and expressing anger about the pain. By focusing on the trauma over and over, the pain will gradually go away, never to affect you again. A comparison can be made between our physical health and our emotional health. When the body experiences a severe laceration or other injury, if the wound is left unattended it will get infected. Eventually, it will fester and may even turn into gangrene, a life threatening condition. If, however, the wound is cleansed thoroughly and allowed to heal completely, all that is left is a scar to remind the victim of the event. Likewise, when an emotional wound is sustained by the psyche, if it is not addressed, and feelings are repressed, it will fester as surely as any physical wound. As a result it will start to affect other areas of the personís life, just as infection spreads to other parts of the body. Since abusive people and emotional pain are part of everyday life, the person who does not learn to deal appropriately with them will start to experience a cumulative negative effect. Eventually the individualís overall emotional and psychological health will be at risk. If, however, the emotional wound is cleansed well, and allowed to heal completely, all that is left is a memory. This memory, like an old scar, does not hurt. It becomes no more than a record of your personal history, an experience which you have learned from. Anger Work is the cleansing process that can bring this healing about.
Who Needs Anger Work? There are three categories of people who can benefit from doing Anger Work. The first category is comprised of people who are already consciously angry and need to find some constructive way of resolving their feelings. The second category consists of those who donít feel angry, but who struggle with interpersonal or intrapersonal difficulties and have never fully processed the traumatic events which shaped them and set them up for the problems they face today. The third category includes those individuals who have successfully dealt with all the issues from their past, but are interested in healthy ways of handling aggravating situations that come up in their current, daily lives.
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