Anger is a choice. We may blame others for our anger, but we can move beyond our anger and live a life of meekness. Meekness is: “Yielding all of my rights and expectations to God.” Whenever we become angry, it shows that there is an area in our life that we have yet to yield to God. Here are three ways that
Beyond Anger is a detailed literary analysis of the three poems which make up Juvenal's third book of Satires (i.e. Satires 7, 8 and 9). Dr Braund pays particular attention to the satiric techniques Juvenal employs in this book, arguing that in Book III Juvenal uses a new, ironic persona, which makes his satire more indirect, subtle and double-edged than does the angry approach found in the earlier books. This is an in-depth treatment of Juvenal's third book of Satires, which has previously suffered neglect from scholars. It also gives a welcome overview of the development of Juvenal's satiric output.
Written for those who will be facilitating the therapeutic intervention Beyond Anger and Violence program, this Facilitator's Guide contains an overall description of the Beyond Anger and Violence program and step-by-step instructions for conducting the twenty sessions of the program. With tips on conducting group sessions and materials needed for each session, this Guide provides a background into the type of environment that is necessary for a therapeutic program to be effective, considerations for the facilitator in conducting the program, and descriptions of the theories and knowledge that are the underpinning of the program.