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Helping Teens Manage Anger

Training to Help Teens Manage Anger And Resolve Conflicts Peacefully: P.E.A.C.E. Inc.
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For me reading Peace The Other Side of Anger, by Dave Wolffe was an enlightening and eye opening experience. From a parent’s perspective Wolffe, caused a mental and emotional shift in my soul that now enables me to work through interpersonal conflict with my teen daughter in a peaceful, calm, rational manner.

While reading the text, I was forced to face my own inner demons from my adolescent years. I found that Dave Wolffe’s methods work and can break communication barriers that otherwise would not be broken. Wolffe eloquently illustrates how feelings relate to anger, and walks the reader through thoughts and techniques to manage anger. What I found most insightful from Peace The Other Side of Anger, is the section called Information Boosters. In this section, Mr. Wolffe offers quick tips to identifying the top ten causes of anger in teens, keeping the peace with teens, the anger management short list, and adult anger managers.

I think that Peace The Other Side of Anger is filled with direction, compassion and emotional insight. Wolffe delivers words of wisdom that can help teachers, counselors, social workers and most importantly parents understand, analyze and improve their communication skills with young adults. In Peace The Other Side of Anger, Mr. Wolffe states “the point is not to argue about what you think is right or wrong about certain groups or preferences, but to find out why it is so special to them”. We live in a time when anger and violence run rampant among our youth, and is often times the emotion and behavior our teens exhibit first in moments of despair and conflict. I feel that if we pin point what teens feel passionate about we can defuse disputes in a young adults life. Wolffe offers readers peaceful methods to utilize and share with our youth, and these techniques demonstrate that serenity in your life is possible.


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