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Online Anger Management
When the judge or your spouse or your boss says you need to get into an anger
management program and change now, the last thing you want to do is spend
the next 2 months going to anger management meetings once a week and listen to
some guy lecture you on how to straighten out your head. With your marriage or
your job on the line - not to mention a possible trip to jail - you want to
started immediately, so you can fix what needs to be fixed and get on
with your life.
That is the beauty of our
Online Anger Management Class &
Online Anger Management Courses - you can
One Price $65.00
Anger Management Class
Immediate Court Ordered Seminar Certificate
Registration Fee Includes:
*Nationally recognized by State & Local Family Courts & Probation Departments
*No Other Fees or Charges - NONE!
*Free Nationally Recognized Certificate of Completion
*Free Best Selling 216 Page Book by noted author James A. Baker
(not required to take or finish the online anger class)
*Course written, edited and produced by an experienced Lawyer
with extensive Family Court experience & knowledge.
Our powerful online anger management courses cover everything
most live classroom anger management courses and anger management seminars cover, plus
they add a lot more!
- Open access to the self-scoring Online Anger Management Classes of your choice.
- Immediate access to your certified court ordered anger management class certificate upon completion.
- Free Copy of the best selling Anger Management
Training Book "The Anger Busting™ Workbook" - 216 pages
by noted author James A. (Jim) Baker. The best selling book
is NOT necessary to take or complete the anger management class.
For one low price, you will have three (3) months
access to your Online Course so that can move at your own pace without being
held back by a class-full of people you don't have a thing in common with except
the need to get your Anger Certificate and to get your anger problems
under control. With our online anger courses, you can cut through the red tape
and get right down to business. The sooner you start and the harder you work,
the quicker you will begin to make progress and get your life back.
who have already completed this practical and powerful online course tell us it
not only fulfills their court-mandated anger management requirement, it also
REALLY WORKS! They have been able to improve the way they deal with anger, and
it has made a big difference in their relationships with their spouses, friends
and coworkers. It is also fast and easy to do!
Online Anger Busting Anger Management Course is the most thorough and
comprehensive programs of its kind. Everything you need to help you begin to
CHANGE NOW is included. You can do the lessons from your computer in the comfort
and privacy of your own home, accessing the online course material one lesson at
a time using passwords we provide for you after you have paid for the and
registered for the Online Class. All you have to supply is the courage and
discipline to do the lessons, and then faithfully practice what you learn. When
you have completed all 24 lessons and quizzes, you will receive a certificate of
completion you can present to the court which has been signed by the bestselling
author of the Anger Busting Workbook, James A. Baker.
Click here for information
on how to register for the Online Anger Busting Anger™ Management Course using a
major credit card. The fee is only $65 and signing up is easy so you can get
started today! You also receive a free copy of James A. Baker's Best Selling
Book "The Anger Busting Workbook" which you will receive within three to four
business days after signing up. You do not need the workbook to take the online
class or to receive the Online Anger Management Certificate of Completion.
In order to maintain our affordable pricing:
- Live support is NOT included with the online courses.
- Live support is available at an additional cost but you probably won't
- Save time & money by referring to our FAQ
for course assistance.
Good luck as you begin your Online Anger Managment road to recovery.
James A. (Jim) Baker
effects of anger on health have more to do with
duration than frequency and intensity. The normal experience
anger lasts only a few minutes. But the subtle
forms of anger, such as resentment, impatience,
irritability, grouchiness, etc., can go on for hours
and days at a time. Consistent, prolonged levels of
anger give a person a five times greater chance
of dying before age 50. Anger
elevates blood pressure, increases threat of stroke,
heart disease, cancer, depression, anxiety disorders,
and, in general, depresses the immune system (angry
people have lots of little aches and pains or get a
lot of colds and bouts of flu or headaches or upset
stomachs). To make matters worse, angry
people tend to seek relief from the ill-moods caused
by anger through other health-endangering habits,
such as smoking and drinking, or through compulsive
behavior such as workaholism and perfectionism.
experiments have shown that even subtle forms of anger
impair problem-solving abilities and general performance
competence. In addition to increasing error rates, anger
narrows and makes rigid
mental focus, tending to obscure alternative perspectives.
The angry person has one "right way" of doing
things, which, if selected in anger, is seldom
the best way. There is nothing you can do angry (resentful,
irritable, grouchy, impatient, chilly) that you can’t
do better not angry.
it acts on the entire central nervous system as an amphetamine,
anger always produces a physiological "crash,"
often experienced as depression when the issues
causing the anger remain unresolved. Think about
it. The last time you got really angry, you got really
depressed afterwards. The angrier you get, the more
depressed you get. And that is merely the
physiological response, even if you keep from doing
something while angry that you're ashamed of, like hurting
the feelings of someone you love.
What is an Anger Problem?
dangerous myth about an "anger-problem"
restricts its definition to aggression, abuse, hurting
people, or destroying property. But this describes only
one of a great many forms of anger. You have
anger problem if some subtle form of anger
- that you may not even be aware of - makes you do what
is not in your best interest or keeps you from performing
at your highest potential. This could mean something
subtle, like putting a chilly wall between you and others
or a continual
impatience or low frustration tolerance that interferes
with problem solving and performance competence.
Whatever the form of anger,
in persistence you run the risk of becoming a reactaholic, with your thoughts,
feelings, and behavior totally controlled by whoever or whatever you’re
reacting to. The more reactive you are, the more powerless you feel; anger
is ultimately a cry of powerlessness.
Self-Compassion and Compassion
of the three steps of self-compassion and compassion
for others makes us virtually immune to the ill-effects
of anger. The first step of self-compassion is
seeing beneath the symptom or defense (anger,
anxiety, manipulation, obnoxious
behavior) to the cause, which is some form of core
hurt (feeling unimportant, disregarded, accused, devalued,
guilty, untrustworthy, rejected, powerless, unlovable).
Second, the core
hurt must be validated (this is how I feel at this
moment), and, third, changed (this behavior or event
or disappointment or mistake does not mean that I’m
unimportant, not valuable or lovable.) Compassion for
others is recognizing that their symptoms, defenses,
and obnoxious behavior
come from a core hurt, validating it, and supporting
them while they change it. Compassion does not excuse
obnoxious behavior. Rather, it keeps us from attacking
the already wounded person, which allows focus on changing
the undesired behavior.
Regulation versus Anger
Regulation of anger
means healing the hurt that causes it by internally
restoring the core personal value that seems diminished
by the behavior of another. In contrast, anger
management requires enduring the hurt that causes
the anger but redirecting its effects to avoid
aggression and trouble. Anger regulation employs
the principles of emotional intelligence: awareness
of internal experience, the ability to control
the meaning of one’s emotional experience, and
empathy for the emotional experience of others. An excellent
regulation technique, called HEALSTM, obviates the powerlessness
of anger by providing the sense of internal power,
well-being, self-compassion, and compassion for others
necessary for optimal health and problem-solving. HEALSTM
is a technology that, with practice, automatically invokes
a response of self-compassion and compassion for others
whenever anger and other symptoms and defenses
are stimulated, keeping the focus on solutions to the
problem, rather than attacking the person. More than
90% effective in lowering anger to problem-solving
and performance-efficient levels, HEALSTM can be learned
in three or less sessions of training.