East Grinstead - UK (PRWEB UK) 7 February 2013
Beating Anger author Mike Fisher was proud to announce today that his book - Beating Anger, has been shortlisted in the Times top 15 self help books of all time. The revolutionary book uses a carefully constructed programme to allow readers to curb their anger, and deal with on-going issues surrounding anger and aggression.
The move to include Beating Anger into the shortlist is set to please critics all over the world, who widely attribute Mike to be the leader of his field and a pioneer in the anger management treatment sector.
Suffering with dyslexia, Mike was often doubted when he told others he was planning on writing a book, and had to deal with a number of put downs and disappointments prior to writing it. Instead of giving up he carried on, and managed to write, edit and publish the book within a year.
Speaking from his home in West Sussex, Mike announced that he is exceptionally pleased with the news, and feels incredibly humbled that his book was given such an honour.
“To know that people all over the world are reaping the benefits of my book is a great feeling, and it’s such an achievement to allow others to find help with a problem that I suffered with for many years. 17 years ago there was very little help for people in the UK with anger issues. After extensive travel to the Americas and other parts of the world, I managed to devise a new programme that incorporated new ways of thinking, as well as reinventing the old ones. With the help of a great editing team, I began to write a book detailing this self help system and how to combat anger issues.”
About British Association of Anger Management
The British Association Of Anger Management was founded over 15 years ago by Mike, and has been committed to helping those with anger issues ever since. Through a combination of therapy, self help guides and counselling, Mike has helped
thousands of people overcome their anger.
To learn more about Mike and his organization, please contact
Mike Fisher, Director
4 The Bothy, Plawhatch Hall, Plawhatch Lane, Sharpthorne, West Sussex, RH19 4JL
Office: 0345 1300 286