Parents often feel angry when their children do the wrong things. But responding to children in anger rarely brings about the desired result and can even have a damaging effect instead. Yet anger doesn’t have to be the enemy. It can be a trigger that makes parents even more effective. Dr. Scott Turansky and Joanne Miller show them how. Recognizing the very real emotions parents feel, Good and Angry taps into the constructive side of parents’ anger and teaches welcome strategies for addressing the things their children do to drive them crazy. Addressing common problem areas for children–such as annoying behavior, lying, not following instructions, and bad attitudes–this book outlines seven routines that will help children improve in these areas and allow them to thrive in their relationship with parents and with others. In Good and Angry, moms and dads will come to understand anger’s true purpose and how they can use it successfully in their day-to-day parenting. They will also learn new approaches that will solve many common problems and, in the process, help both them and their children grow closer to God. From the Trade Paperback edition.
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SmartHelp for Good ‘n’ Angry Kids provides the reader with an innovative tool for determining a child’s individual learning strengths, and for pairing this information with specific, carefully crafted activities that teach the child about anger and its appropriate expression. Provides innovative tools for identifying each child's individual learning strengths Includes Personalized Learning – providing primary, secondary and tertiary techniques to suit your child A vital supplement to standard psychotherapeutic approaches such as play therapy, cognitive behavioural, family therapy and traditional anger management techniques
Be honest, guys: Have you ever made a foolish or harmful decision when angry? Have you ever said or done something in the heat of the moment that you wish you could take back? Or do you tend to keep your anger hidden, choosing to bury the feeling and hoping it just goes away? No matter how often you get angry, or how you express it, Bill Perkins (best-selling author of When Good Men Are Tempted and 6 Rules Every Man Must Break) has written this book to provide you with the insight and biblical strategy you need to deal with this crucial issue (as well as help for the women in your life who are walking through the anger with you). Illustrated with research-based statistics and real-life stories of men who have successfully dealt with anger, When Good Men Get Angry explores the foundations of anger—what it is, where it comes from, how Jesus expressed it, and how the new and good man in you can control it.
Going Bovine meets Trainspotting in this gritty portrait of at-risk teens gaming the prescription drug trial system. Meet Audie: Professional lab rat. Guinea pig. Serial human test subject. For Audie and her friends, “volunteering” for pharmaceutical drug trials means a quick fix and easy cash. Sure, there’s the occasional nasty side effect, but Audie’s got things under control. If Monday’s pill causes a rash, Tuesday’s ointment usually clears it right up. Wednesday’s injection soothes the sting from Tuesday’s “cure,” and Thursday’s procedure makes her forget all about Wednesday’s headache. By the time Friday rolls around, there’s plenty of cash in hand and perhaps even a slot in a government-funded psilocybin study, because WEEKEND! But the best fix of all is her boyfriend, Dylan, whose terminal illness just makes them even more compatible. He’s turning eighteen soon, so Audie is saving up to make it an unforgettable birthday. That means more drug trials than ever before, but Dylan is worth it. No pain, no gain, Audie tells herself as the pills wear away at her body and mind. No pain, no gain, she repeats as her grip on reality starts to slide. . . . Raw and irreverent, Placebo Junkies will captivate readers until the very end, when author J. C. Carleson leans in for a final twist of the knife.
In Guide for the Pissed-Off Job-Seeker, Irv Zuckerman, author of the best-selling Hire Power, tells you how the job hunt is different after you are fired, and what to do to get work. For example: · The successful resume is different. It's no longer enough to tell what you've done. You've got to show that you can do what a specific employer wants done. But can you really get a potential employer to help you write your resume? Sure you can. The Guide shows how. · Ads and postings are different. Waiting for the right job listing is like waiting to win the lottery. But can you find the opening before it's even open so that you're the only one in line? Sure you can! The Guide shows how. · Interviews are different. 'Telling about yourself' is no longer enough. It's up to you to change the focus of the interview from what you've done to what the decision-maker wants done. But can you master the one question that will do it? Sure you can! The Guide shows how. Got some specific job-search problems you'd like to resolve? Ask Irv, by checking in at the Careers Forum on CompuServe.com at http://forums.compuserve.com/vlforums/default/asp?SRV=careers. On the WEB: IrvZuckerman.com
In the 1950s, a young crop of British writers sprang forth with an unusal commonality of interests. They were promptly dubbed the "angry young men" by the press. Included are Colin Wilson, John Braine, John Wain, Bill Hopkins, and more.
Four participants of an international conference on "The Art of Story-Telling"- three young persons and one not so young - prefer to remain in each other's company, decide to overstay and spend three days together in a beachside hotel in Goa before leaving for their respective home towns. While in Goa, they tell stories of their own invention, each of them telling a story every day, thereby recreating a backdrop immortalized by the 14th century writer Giovanni Boccaccio in The Decameron. Each of our group of four tells three stories in the course of three days.Some of the stories are realistic; some are magical; some are serious and comic at the same time; some modern fables have animals as characters and some of them even make sense in a curious sort of way. One thing, however, is common about these twelve stories: they celebrate life's diversities.
Everybody wants to progress in life. There is no denial to it. But is it sane to lose humanity in the name of progress? It’s the hurry, the impatience that has led man to overlook virtues. The musings on life in this book are meant for reaffirmation of the greater values that stand for the true identity of man. There is no alternative than to reinculcate the virtues if he is to be called a man. The book also deals with some of the obstacles mankind faces in being happy. With goodness only we can overcome them. That is the only way. Man must not forget his higher nature.
Sunny Sea Gold started fighting a binge eating disorder in her teens. But most books on the topic were aimed at older women, women she had a hard time relating to. Calling on top psychiatrists, nutritionists, and fitness experts, Sunny offers real advice to a new generation fighting an age-old war. With humor and compassion from someone who's seen it all, Food: The Good Girl's Drug is about experiences shared by many women-whether they've been struggling with compulsive overeating their whole lives, or have just admitted to themselves, that yes, it's more than just a bad habit.