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Never Get Angry Again
The Foolproof Way to Stay Calm and in Control in Any Conversation or Situation
David J. Lieberman
Read by Robert Fass

Macmillan Audio
January 9, 2018/ ISBN 9781785654527
Nonfiction / Self Help / Anger/Anxiety Management / Audiobook - 5 hours /31 minutes

Reviewed by Brenda Weeaks


“Step-by-step strategies to redraw boundaries, quash personality conflicts, and navigate difficult relationships to maintain (or reclaim) your sanity and eradicate a breeding ground for anger and frustration.” - Never Get Angry Again, David J. Lieberman

Never Get Angry Again is one of the best self-improvement titles I’ve come across in a long, long time. There is so much of what Lieberman has to say that makes sense. He explains why some are able to handle life’s ups and downs but not others. He explains personalities, different emotions and the cause of the anger. He teaches us how to look at “reality with optimum perspective and emotional clarity.” He’s ready to help the reader/listener to “unmask the enemy.” He explains reactions and how to understand the emotional, physical and spiritual ‘causes’ of anger. He also discusses self-esteem boosters, self-loathing, making sense of pain and suffering, and more. Never Get Angry Again is not about controlling anger. It’s about understanding why one reacts badly. It is not about momentary fixes or as the author calls them clumsy attempts at remaining calm. In fact, pillow punching; counting to ten, etc., can make it worse. Lieberman successfully explains “why we feel irritated in the heat of the moment,” and how your negative reaction isn’t because of the person or situation that set you off. He’s ready to show us what is relevant and how to find peace of mind despite the situation, and “never be anger again, unless you want to be.”

Robert Fass successfully conveys the author’s intent with his narration of Never Get Angry Again. His calm, professional narration keeps the listener’s attention on the book’s subject. Listeners will come away with a better understanding about anxiety, frustration or angry issues.

Reviewed 2017