Booklet published by Channing-Bete: "This interactive guide clearly defines anger, its causes, and its effects. Journal pages and worksheets help readers identify their response to angry feelings, recognize their bodies' anger warning signs, identify triggers, and -- most importantly -- develop an anger-management plan. Describes several productive ways to control anger, including using time-outs, positive self-talk, physical activity, and relaxation techniques. Offers hints for dealing with another person's anger, reminds readers that alcohol and other drugs can exacerbate angry emotions, and lists sources of help. 32 pages, 8 1/2" x 11."