Synopses & Reviews
In the breakthrough book Boiling Point
, Jane Middelton-Moz revealed a pervasive problem in our society: More and more individuals are internalizing their anger, which, left uncontrolled, is bursting out "sideways" in the form of road rage, depression, illness and random acts of violence.
This hands-on workbook, which can be used separately or as a companion product to the book, provides an outlet for readers to express their feelings in a healthy way. By completing the exercises, readers will learn how to be accountable to themselves; how to effectively communicate in personal relationships and in the broader community; how to understand the roots of their anger; and how to channel their feelings in a productive manner.
This hands-on workbook, which can be used separately or as a companion product to the book Boiling Point, provides an outlet for readers to express their feelings in a healthy way.
About the Author
Jane Middelton-Moz is a therapist who speaks internationally on the topics of multigenerational grief and trauma, and cultural and ethnic self-hate. She has over 20 years experience in community mental health work, including a position as clinical director of the largest mental health organization in western Washington.
Jane Middleton-Moz has appeared on national radio and television shows, including Oprah. She is the author of After the Tears, Growing in the Shadows, Children of Trauma and Shame and Guilt.