Table of contents for Letting go of anger : the eleven most common anger styles and what to do about them / Ronald T. Potter-Efron and Patricia S. Potter-Efron.

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Part I: Introduction
1.	Anger Problems, Anger Styles: Eleven Ways People Get Angry
Part II: Masked Anger Styles
2.	Anger Avoidance: Trying Never to Get Angry
3.	Sneaky Anger: Showing Anger by Doing Nothing
4.	Anger Turned Inward: Becoming the Target of Your Own Anger
Part III: Explosive Anger Styles
5.	Sudden Anger: Blowing Up Without Warning
6.	Shame-Based Anger: Turning Shame into Rage
7.	Deliberate Anger: Becoming Mad to Get What You Want
8.	Excitatory Anger: Getting High on Anger
Part IV: Chronic Anger Styles
9.	Habitual Hostility: Looking for Reasons to Get Angry
10.	Paranoia (Fear-Based Anger): Feeling Attacked by Everyone
11.	Moral Anger: Defending Your Beliefs and Values
12.	 Resentment/Hate: Long-Lasting Anger About Old Injuries

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Control (Psychology).