The Other Side of Love: Handling Anger in a Godly Way
Publisher: Moody Publishers
ISBN 10: 0802467776
ISBN 13: 978-0802467775
From the Back Cover
What's So Loving About Anger?
Many of us believe anger is a sinful emotion of which we should be ashamed. We want to be loving, and we perceive our potentially volatile feelings to be the opposite of love. But as best-selling author Gary Chapman explains, this much-misunderstood emotion necessarily goes hand-in-hand with love. Its fundamental purpose is not to tear down, but to motivate us to positive, loving action that will leave things better than we found them.
In The Other Side of Love, Chapman helps sort out the confusion, teaching how you can process anger in a constructive, godly manner.
Filled with insignts and techniques that have helped hundreds of individuals and families to find a better way to deal with anger, The Other Side of Love will help you to understand the source of your anger---and guide it toward productive purposes.
Includes study questions ideal for use by individuals or groups!
SOURCE1: Moody Magazine, September/October 1999 REVIEW1: "...Chapman wrestles with biblical content in a way that is sound and valuable, illu strated with counseling scenarios and dialogues. Readable chapters are devoted to anger as it relates to forgiveness, marriage, children, God, and us. Especially helpful are the interspersed 'summaries' and the chapter on encountering and responding to an angry person." SOURCE2: Today's Librarian, September 1999 REVIEW2: "Christian patrons and study groups will definitely appreciate this practical how-to guide."