From the New York Times bestselling author and the host of In Touch with Dr. Charles Stanley comes a practical, inspirational work on anger and how to be released from its destructive power.
Learning to let go of anger—and ultimately forgiving the offender—will transform the foundation of every kind of relationship. Dr. Stanley helps listeners:
Identify the signs of pending anger
Understand the consequences of anger, including spiritual, emotional, and physical
Learn how to handle anger
Walk through the steps to true forgiveness and healing
With compassion and a wealth of biblical understanding, Dr. Stanley distinguishes between healthy and harmful emotions and skillfully explains that misguided anger can eat away at relationships with others and relationships with God. By showing how to look honestly at the source of anger, Surviving in an Angry World leads listeners to forgiveness and peace.
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by Charles F. Stanley
by Charles Koch
by Charles Bamforth
by Tami Charles
by Thomas F. Madden
"Anger, according to prominent Bible teacher Dr. Charles Stanley, is defined as a strong feeling of intense displeasure that results from frustration. Having experienced anger at the hands of his stepfather, he's well qualified to walk listeners through an analysis of this complex emotion. His straightforward approach encourages a personal checkup for every listener. Stanley's relaxed delivery will connect with both prisoners of rage and its victims. He offers an approach to anger-dissolving principles that will help listeners to "survive in an angry world." E.O. (c) AudioFile 2011, Portland, Maine"