Anger Management Services
Anger Management Resources
Kathy Garber's STOP ANGER, BE
HAPPY is a straightforward, user-friendly workbook designed to help
readers learn about their anger by examining its stages. The first
and most important stage of anger management is to recognize and
admit having a problem with anger. The next stage is to realize
which old behaviors may not be working any more and replace them
with healthy new ways to create a successful life.
"Millions of people struggle with anger on a daily basis and
desperately seek to eliminate it from their lives," explains Garber.
"The goal of anger management is not to eliminate anger entirely,
but to express feelings in healthy ways that allow for desirable
Learning to set boundaries and express feelings and needs through
assertive communication is the final stage to conquer in the quest
for a healthier, happier life. Communicating assertively and setting
boundaries not only helps one gain respect, but also appear
confident, straightforward and honest.
"Examining and changing your behavior is never an easy process, but
with the help of STOP ANGER, BE HAPPY, you may find your transition
a little easier," says Garber, who has created a website (Anger Management Online)
where readers can talk about the book, join a discussion, take
quizzes and chat with other people about their anger in a supportive
"Learning to experience your feelings and express them in healthy
ways is not a simple process; it is a life long process," says
Garber. "Get started now on your journey to a happier, more
Kathy Garber R.N./B.S.N. has more than 20 years of experience in
health care and is a member of the Sigma Theta Tau honorary nursing
society. She has a Master's Degree in Psychology, is a Certified
Parenting Instructor, and a Life Coach.
Garber is the owner and founder of an online class and support
community for those seeking to discuss their anger.
www.AngerManagementOnline.com is dedicated to bringing a
confidential, quality program to each person who desires to learn
about anger and seeks new ways to express their feelings.