THE ANGER BOOK provides a broad overview of the many facets of anger by combining commentary, quotes, and illustrations, and it concludes with a section on tips and techniques for dealing with your own anger and a questionnaire to help you decide what to do. It covers these main topics:
- the pervasiveness of anger
- the destructiveness of anger
- anger and truth
- controlling anger and making choices
- letting go of anger
- expressing your anger
- the importance of forgiveness
- anger, understanding and empathy
- promoting change
- anger and fear, denial, and reason
- anger and others
- anger, love, and betrayal
- when anger becomes fun
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About the Author
Scott has gained extensive media interest for previous books, including appearances on Good Morning America, Oprah, Montel Williams, CNN, and hundreds of radio interviews. She has frequently been quoted by the media and has set up websites to promote her most recent books, featured at www.ginigrahamscott.com and www.changemakerspublishing.com.
She has a regular Huffington Post column, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/gini-graham-scott, since December 2012 and most recently has written about a number of social trends, including a series of posts on the 2016 election, which have since been turned into a book: 2016 Election Follies. She has a Facebook page featuring her books and films at www.facebook.com/changemakerspublishing. Her articles and blogs about social issues and everyday life are featured on her blog at www.ginigrahamscott.com/blog.
She has written, produced, and sometimes directed over 60 short videos, which are featured on her Changemakers Productions website at www.changemakersproductions.com and on YouTube at www.youtube.com/changemakersprod. Two of her feature films, which are in release or have distribution arrangements, deal with social issues and crime. One is The Suicide Party #Save Dave, about a once middle class businessman who is about to lose it all and decides with friends to crowdfund a suicide party to raise money to get back on his feet. The other is Driver about a Uber-like driver who becomes a serial killer. Her next feature film, which goes into preproduction in early 2017, is Bankrupt about a bankruptcy lawyer who goes bankrupt because not enough people are filing for bankruptcy since the economy has been improving, so he turns to crime.
Scott has a PhD in sociology from U.C. Berkeley and several MAs from Cal State, East Bay.