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Do the frustrations you encounter every day add up until you feel like you might explode? What can you do if your boss is unreasonable or your teenagers are unruly? If you’ve ever lost your temper over something fairly trivial, you may be hurting yourself more than anyone else.
The health dangers of anger are well documented. Carrying around a grudge can increase your risk of heart disease and other health problems. How can you manage adversity without losing your cool? Our guests will reveal how to handle anything, from stress at work to traffic jams.
Guests: Redford Williams, MD, Professor of Psychiatry, Medicine and Psychology and Director of the Behavioral Medicine Research Center at Duke University Medical Center.
Virginia Williams, PhD, president of Williams Life Skills.
Together they have written Anger Kills and Life Skills. Their latest book is In Control. The Web site is www.williamslifeskills.com