The Heart of Anger: Practical Help for the Prevention and Cure of Anger in Children (Priolo)

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Publisher:
Grace & Truth Books
Pages:
200
Binding:
Paperback

Anger! Is it ever a problem in your home? Do your children ever speak to you in angry, disrespectful tones? Or do they fight between themselves? Have you ever lost your patience when dealing with an infuriating situation? If you honestly answered "yes" to any of those questions, you could use this book. Of course Christian families experience episodes of frustration and anger. Here's a book which goes beyond the external manifestations of anger and deals with the internal source: the thoughts and intentions of the heart.

Table of Contents:

  1. Angry Kids
  2. Provocative Parents
  3. Angry Attitudes
  4. Discipline: What It Really Means
  5. Practical Biblical Communication
  6. Journaling: A Helpful Tool
  7. What’s At the Heart of Anger
  8. Getting Anger Problems Right
  9. Disrespect and Manipulation
  10. Conquering Disrespect and Manipulation
  11. The Think Room
  12. The Appeal Process
  13. A Good Investment 

  

Author 

Lou Priolo is the Director of the Eastwood Counseling Ministry in Montgomery, Alabama. He is a graduate of Calvary Bible College and Liberty University. Lou has been a full-time biblical counselor and instructor for more than twenty-three years, and is a Fellow of the National Association of Nouthetic Counselors. He lives in Wetumpka, Alabama, with his wife Kim and his daughters Sophia and Gabriella

 

Endorsements

“I know of no other book that addresses this problem with such practical and applicable Biblical wisdom.” – John MacArthur, Jr. 

“An extremely readable and practical book about a problem frequently encountered but too rarely addressed. There is nothing else like it. Counselors will want their own copy as well as others to give away. Pastors will put it in their libraries. Parents will devour it! Christian children will benefit from it. It is a book whose time has come.” – Jay Adams