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Understanding Words, An End to Anger & Conflict

Understanding Words, An End to Anger & Conflict

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If anger is an issue in your life or the life of someone you love then this is the book for you. Are we giving words too much credit?
If anger is an issue in your life or the life of someone you love then this is the book for you. Are we giving words too much credit?

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Published by: oceanly on Oct 25, 2009
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U
NDERSTANDING
W
ORDS
A
N
E
ND TO
A
NGER
& C
ONFLICT
by
David Samuel
 
Copyright David Samuelwww.davidsamuel.net
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Understanding Words
An End to Anger & ConflictByDavid Samuel
Copyright
©
David Samuel, 2008
This book is freely distributed, please pass it on toanyone you wish.I only request that you give credit to the author andmaintain the link to my web site.www.davidsamuel.net
David Samuel has asserted his right to be identified as theauthor of this Work in accordance with the Copyright, Designsand Patents act 1988.
 
Copyright David Samuelwww.davidsamuel.net
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Introduction
I have presented this material numerous times togroups in several countries. The participants feedbackwas consistent. A reduction of anger by approximately50% to 70% within a couple of weeks.That may sound unbelievable, but really it is not.The basis of such a large reduction is that there are twokinds of anger. Anger 
for 
and anger 
at 
something.Anger can be either destructive or constructive,depending on whether it is
at 
or 
for 
something. Anger 
at 
is destructive
 
and serves no useful purpose. It is theemotion we express toward drivers who cut us off, for example. This type of anger robs you of vital energy andcan become addictive, like misery. A friend and teacher once told me, “Some people love their suffering so muchI don’t have the heart to take it away from them.”.Ange
at 
is consuming. Like a wildfire with moreand more forest to decimate, it continually replenishes itsforce, rarely burning itself out. If it is not dissolved, itsimmers down, laying in wait for yet another reason tocontrol your mind and have you blow up at a mere trifle.Anger 
for,
on the other hand, is a positive forcethat many highly successful people use to significantadvantage, directing it rather than letting it consumethem. Anger 
fo
is the type of anger we have about

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