In this anger management movie, you won't see Adam Sandler or Jack Nicholson, but you'll still get a few laughs. You will see and hear Dr. William DeFoore as he speaks to a live audience about the expression and communication of anger.
Learn the difference between anger release and communication, and how important that difference is in your relationships.
Using humor and innovative concepts, Dr. DeFoore will help you understand how anger can shut down higher brain function, making us say and do things that we otherwise would never do.
Using an example of a father-son relationship, Dr. DeFoore guides you through a scenario that may be familiar to some of you, and relatable by all.
If you like what you see and hear, you can invite Dr. DeFoore to speak to your church, school or organization, and he will taylor his presentation to the specific interests and needs of your group.
Now, sit back and relax and enjoy your anger management video!
There you go. If you like what you saw and heard, and would like to take it further than just watching this anger management video, then begin your journey of controlling anger and developing healthy anger now!
You can also hire Dr. DeFoore as a speaker for your church, school or organization. Contact us now to learn more.
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Here are two more anger management videos by Dr. DeFoore, but as you'll see they approach this problem from a totally different angle!
First, try an attitude adjustment. One of the best ways to manage your anger is to focus on what is good, right and working in your life. Learn more...
You probably didn't know that anxiety can cause a lot of anger problems. Well, it's true. Anger sometimes erupts when a person just can't take the anxiety any more.
So, it follows that healing and managing your anxiety is an excellent way of preventing anger. Watch the video below to see how this happens.
While this page was surely not as entertaining as the Anger Management movie with Sandler & Nicholson, I hope you found some benefit and value.
Feb 23, 17 12:21 PM
Feeling like I have to translate my partner's emotions for the world, because most people we know see an angry side of him that I see as an emotionally
Feb 15, 17 12:42 PM
I have just reached a break point in my relationship with my 35 yr old son. For the first time he has hit me, his mother, not just once but repeatedly.
Feb 06, 17 02:18 PM
Hello. To be honest, I'm finally relieved to be able to share my story with you. I dated this guy once for seven months but since we broke up (he broke