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Insight into Anger

Waverley Abbey Insight Series

Insight into Anger

Waverley Abbey Insight Series

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£8.99

Publisher: CWR
ISBN: 9781782597308
Number of Pages: 128
Published: 06/01/2017
Width: 12.9 cm
Height: 19.7 cm
Anger is an emotion that can take many forms and expressions, from the destructive to the constructive. So how can we both understand and manage such an emotion? As we gain insight into anger, together with the skills to handle it well, we can move forward in putting God first and finding acceptance, peace and forgiveness in Him.Key insights in this book include: Understanding anger - its roots, causes and development What anger does to us A practical approach to handling anger Drawing on case studies, as well as personal and professional experiences, Insight into Anger offers practical and spiritual help to those facing issues with anger, and those who want to help others. Includes a Foreward by Lord Carey. The Waverley Abbey Insight Series is based on one-day seminars held by CWR at Waverley Abbey House to give insight into some key issues that many people struggle with today.

Chris Ledger, Wendy Bray

Chris Ledger worked as a counsellor, supervisor and trainer in the NHS, and now has a private practice. She enjoys speaking at Christian meetings and is a regular tutor on CWR's Insight days, also co-authoring several books in the Insight series. At Greyfriar's Church, Reading, she is a licensed lay minister, and in her spare time enjoys having fun with her five grandchildren. Wendy Bray's first book In the Palm of God's Hand (with BRF) won the biography prize at The Christian Book Awards in 2002. Since then she has authored or co-authored more than a dozen books, and written countless features and Bible-reading notes. Wendy is associate priest at All Saints, Clifton in Bristol and is married with two adult children. She is living with stage IV breast cancer and, having a special interest in the way suffering and liturgy relate to one another, is currently researching in this area.

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