Do you get angry sometimes? Or are you angry all the time? Does your anger fuel you and encourage you to take positive action in your life? Or does it cause more harm than good, negatively affecting your life and the lives of those around you?
Peter Sacco, author of What’s Your Anger Type?, says that anger can be addictive.
In this episode of The C.A.P. Podcast, we discuss anger and how it affects our lives and how to manage it so that we can still be effective entrepreneurs and citizens in the world.
Sacco is the author of several books, including Right Now Enough Is Enough, Why Women Want What They Can’t Have, and Why Keeping Resolutions Are So Ridiculously Difficult! The Handbook To Understanding And Overcoming Procrastination, as well as more than 700 magazine articles, as well as a former private practitioner and former Editor-in-Chief of Vices: The Magazine for Addictions, Habits and Well-Being. He is an award-winning lecturer at universities in both the USA and Canada, specializing in relationships, criminal psychology, addictions, and mental health. He is also a frequent resident expert on several television programs and appears regularly on talk radio shows in USA Top 35 markets as well as hosting the weekly radio show “Matters of the Mind: Managing Relationships and Mental Health.” He is also an award-winning executive producer and host of documentaries on relationships, psychological issues and child issues.
To learn more about him, visit:
- Facebook: www.facebook.com/PeterAndrewSacco
- Twitter: twitter.com/#!/PeterAndrewSacc
NOTE: The quote “Holding onto anger is like drinking poison and expecting the other person to die” is usually attributed to Gautama Buddha. However, it’s origin is more likely from Alcoholics Anonymous.
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