The image of anger as a beast is a familiar one. We have all experienced the transformation that can occur when the beast awakens; the momentary sense of power, the confidence that what we are doing is correct, and the overwhelming drive to triumph over whoever or whatever is opposing us.
Regrettably, we have also experienced the aftermath of the beast gone wild; words and choices that we regret, damaged relationships, and a desire to erase what we have done. Some people respond to the havoc by locking the beast deep within themselves where it never again see the light of day. Unfortunately, the price they pay of powerlessness can be just as great as the damage done by their uncontrolled anger. Others go through a constant cycle of anger and regret.
Today's special guest, Reneau Peurifoy, is here to talk about his book, Anger: Taming the Beast. It is a book for everyone struggling with anger. By following the lives of four people, each of whom is struggling with the beast in different ways, it show you how to tame anger and make it your ally instead of your enemy.
After more than two decades as a therapist and teacher, Reneau Peurifoy has become a master at reducing complex ideas into simple, easy-to-understand terms and applying them to daily life. He holds a Masters's in counseling and is a minister. Peurifoy is the author of several books.
To learn more about Reneau Peurifoy and his books, please visit http://www.rpeurifoy.com