For millions of people in recovery, there is one component essential for true serenity that remains misunderstood or missing: dealing with their unresolved anger. In fact, one key criticism of AA, NA and Al-Anon is that many participants are still full of anger, even after decades of sobriety.
In The Missing Peace, John Lee guides readers through the proven process he uses successfully at seminars and workshops nationwide, helping people recognize and release hidden anger.
Through his expert advice, personal stories, quizzes and dialogues, readers will come to terms with their beliefs about their anger and their triggers and learn how to release their hidden emotions to be at peace.
John Lee is renowned and respected in the field by clinicians and laypeople (his work has been endorsed by such centers as The Betty Ford Center, Sierra Tucson and The Meadows.)
With quizzes, compelling case studies and Anger Myths, the book is highly practical and accessible.
Provides a step-by-step guide through the anger release process he teaches nationwide.
About the Author
John Lee's work in the field of anger management, emotional regression, men's issues, recovery and relationships has gained him national recognition. A therapist and workshop leader, he has been a guest on CNN, MSNBC and PBS and has appeared on Oprah Winfrey numerous times. John has also been featured in newspapers and magazines such as Newsweek, The New York Times and Yoga Journal. John taught at the universities of Texas and Alabama and counseled for twelve years before turning to his specialty of lectures and workshops. John teaches all over the world on topics like relationships, recovery, anger, adult children of alcoholics, grief, men's issues and parenting. He lives in Alabama.