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Anger: How Do You Handle It?


(6 customer reviews)

The authors explain not how to manage anger, but how to deal with the deep root causes, so that in future situations a different response becomes possible.

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Anger is the most powerful of emotions. It can be the driving force that enables us to achieve the seemingly impossible. Or it can be the stumbling block that traps us into a life style characterized by unforgiveness, bitterness, broken relationships and violence.

This book will help you recognise and understand your own emotions. Biblically based teaching will help you differentiate between righteous and unrighteous anger.  You will find help to identify the root causes of the anger you experience.

Keys presented in this book will explain how you can deal with the accumulation of anger from past events.  You will also learn how, moving forward, you can deal with the situations that cause you to feel angry. The book also provides much needed understanding for those in the caring ministries who are seeking to help those with ‘an anger problem’.

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Weight 0,151 kg
Dimensions 13,8 × 7 × 21,6 cm
About Author

For twenty years Paul and Liz lived as expatriates in South Africa, Bahrain and Japan. While Paul pursued his career as a chemical engineer with an international oil company, Liz, who trained as a primary school teacher, was a full-time mother bringing up their two children as well as being involved in many Christian activities and a volunteer telephone counseling service. A growing desire to serve the Lord led Paul to resign his job and enroll for a three-year Bible College course back in England. They became involved with Ellel Ministries in 1991 as part of the ministry team. They joined the full-time team at Ellel Grange in 1995. Paul and Liz teach and minister to those seeking healing in their lives.



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6 reviews for Anger: How Do You Handle It?

  1. serena jane young

    pleased with buy

  2. Jackie Bentz

    This is a good book but gets kind of long before giving any idea what one can do to help with the anger issue.

  3. D Pilling


  4. C

    Good book.

  5. Kevin Clark

    It gives you the biblical tools to help you understand your anger and coping skills to help it not take you over.


    Dear Sir,
    I am so blessed by your book.God bless you more!
    In Christ,
    Singh Raj Tamang

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