I was able to discover this anger was the result of a lifetime of loss and pain that I could recover from, ultimately ridding myself of that rage.
PHOENIX, Ariz. (PRWEB) August 05, 2016
According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, there were more than 1.1 million violent crimes estimated to have been committed in 2013. Perhaps it’s time to view rage and anger as something more than a simple occasional emotional outburst.
Author Verryl V. Fosnight spent 32 years battling alcoholism, codependency and relationship addiction only to discover that an addiction to raging anger was at the root of all his issues. His new book, “Recovery From Anger Addiction,” highlights the need for anger to be seen as an addiction in order to help people learn how to overcome it.
“Raging anger ruined three marriages, landed me in jail and sent me down a dark path to other addictions,” Fosnight said. “Through the therapy methods discussed in the book, I was able to discover this anger was the result of a lifetime of loss and pain that I could recover from, ultimately ridding myself of that rage.”
“Recovery From Anger Addiction” provides the view of an insider expert combining experiences with therapy, hospital programs, workshops and long-standing literary experts on addiction to create a therapy approach that defines anger as an addiction and helps sufferers to recover.
“Anger management presents the concept that the individual is a bad person simply trying to be better,” Fosnight said. “Instead, I want people struggling with anger to realize they are ill and therefore capable of becoming well again.”
Fosnight provides simple diagrams that clearly outline the path of anger’s development from early losses and emotional pain; through the raging anger that develops as a result; and forward into how to dig deep in order to heal oneself of that trauma.
“Recover From Anger Addiction”
By: Verryl V. Fosnight
SC-Retail price: $20.99
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Available at barnesandnoble.com, amazon.com and ArchwayPublishing.com
About the author
Verryl V. Fosnight is a retired physicist who has recovered from an anger addiction after over three decades of experience. He hopes his battles will help provide others the knowledge and inspiration to heal.
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