Description : Dealing with anger is one of the most common counseling problems among Christians. Is anger harmful or helpful? What does it mean, and where does it come from? How can we handle our emotions and move from anger to forgiveness? This book is designed as a useful tool both for those who struggle with anger and for counselors who need a practical and accessible handout for their counselees. In "Exploring Your Anger," the authors use true-to-life situations to illustrate the dynamics of anger and to help the reader understand, manage, and respond to anger. In a readable, nontechnical narrative style, they stress that the cause and expression of anger are unique to each individual. Detailed questions following each chapter enable readers to reflect on their own personal experiences and provide thoughtful material for counseling sessions.
Description : Owing to daily work pressures and concerns, many teachers have little opportunity for considering and furthering their understanding of different issues surrounding assessment. Written in a user-friendly, jargon-free style, this text provides the reader with points of growth or change in the field of assessment. Each chapter in the text ends with a section on questions/exercises and further reading.
Description : First published in 1956, this book examines the history and principles of automation, and the implications of adopting new systems of automatic control.
Description : Do you feel "hurried or harried?" Are you satisfied with the way your time is spent? Do you feel that you never really seem to have TIME to enjoy the things you like in life? If so, you NEED this book! Time management is a SKILL that must be learned and practiced. This book will explain the "concept of time" and our place in it and will give you a practical vehicle for personal growth and effectiveness. Time need NOT be your enemy! Read and apply these ideas and techniques and you will become a happier, more successful person! (SEE PREVIEW!)
Description : Examines the portrayal of the Soviet Union in American film, and shows how these films reflect the attitudes of Americans, as well as how each portrayal changed with the often uneasy relations between the two countries."
Description : The study offers a newer reading of the book of Jeremiah. It uses metaphor as a hermeneutical key in its interpretation of Babylon, and its reading of the book as a whole.
Description : Kreutz examines the political strategy and diplomatic engagement of the Russian Federation and the former Soviet Union toward the Arab states in Southwest Asia and Egypt. He argues that Washington can better engage Moscow as a stabilizing force in the Middle East as well as a collaborator in the struggle against Islamic terrorism.