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When Anger Hurts: Quieting the Storm Within, 2nd Edition

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When Anger Hurts: Quieting the Storm Within, 2nd Edition by Matthew McKay PhD, Peter D. Rogers, Judith McKay
2003 | ISBN: 1572243449 | English | 320 pages | EPUB | 0.4 MB

When Anger Hurts: Quieting the Storm Within, 2nd Edition
A major revision of the best-selling classic — a quarter of a million copies sold.

This new edition of When Anger Hurts is a complete, step-by-step guide to changing habitual anger-generating thoughts while developing healthier, more effective ways of meeting your needs. It includes new chapters on emergency anger control, the interpersonal and physiological costs of anger, road rage, and parental anger.

Discover how to create your own personal intervention strategy for controlling angry impulses
Recognize anger-triggering thoughts and learn ways to challenge them
Learn how to control anger-generating stress
Recognize the early warning signals of anger and find out how to cool down before things get really hot
When you work through the exercises and lessons in this book, you will immediately see positive change in every aspect of your life.

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The Possibilities Leader

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Robert R. Carkhuff, Bernard G. Berenson, Christopher Carkhuff "The Possibilities Leader"
HRD Press | 2000-01 | ISBN: 0874255961 | 233 pages | PDF | 2 MB

The Possibilities Leader
This book emphasizes the generation of new and powerful paradigms for independent processing in the organization:
Information relating systems; Information representing systems; Individual processing systems; Interpersonal processing systems and; Interdependent processing systems. These are the interdependent processing systems that will enable human capital to generate new and productive images of work and other phenomena.
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Profiling Cop-Killers

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Ann R. Bumbak, "Profiling Cop-Killers"
English | ISBN: 1482211416 | 2014 | 278 pages | PDF | 3 MB

Profiling Cop-Killers
Drawing heavily on original research designed to train police officers to survive deadly encounters, Profiling Cop-Killers examines the sociological history, psychology, and motives of 50 murderers of police officers in 2011. The book identifies the commonalities and differences between groups of offenders by age, examining the previously hidden connections between an offender's lethal choices, criminal history, drug and alcohol usage, and interpersonal relationships.

Using Erikson's theory of life span development, the author applies the test of the struggle for identity to offender profiles, words, and actions-analyzing the interaction of offenders' maturity levels, mastery of challenges by phase, and degree of deviancy exhibited in their violent acts. The book also includes a closer look at diagnoses of concern and the crossroads of offender behavior and officer actions.

This book aims to equip those who work with offenders, police officers, and the mentally ill to read the signs of future violence. Demonstrating the complex set of circumstances that may lead an individual to commit these crimes, this book will challenge readers to think differently about the people who take the lives of law enforcement officers. In doing so, it seeks to answer the question: Who are cop-killers and why do they commit the ultimate crime of violence against the peacekeepers of society?
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Profiling Cop-Killers

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Ann R. Bumbak, "Profiling Cop-Killers"
English | ISBN: 1482211416 | 2014 | 278 pages | PDF | 3 MB

Profiling Cop-Killers
Drawing heavily on original research designed to train police officers to survive deadly encounters, Profiling Cop-Killers examines the sociological history, psychology, and motives of 50 murderers of police officers in 2011. The book identifies the commonalities and differences between groups of offenders by age, examining the previously hidden connections between an offender's lethal choices, criminal history, drug and alcohol usage, and interpersonal relationships.

Using Erikson's theory of life span development, the author applies the test of the struggle for identity to offender profiles, words, and actions-analyzing the interaction of offenders' maturity levels, mastery of challenges by phase, and degree of deviancy exhibited in their violent acts. The book also includes a closer look at diagnoses of concern and the crossroads of offender behavior and officer actions.

This book aims to equip those who work with offenders, police officers, and the mentally ill to read the signs of future violence. Demonstrating the complex set of circumstances that may lead an individual to commit these crimes, this book will challenge readers to think differently about the people who take the lives of law enforcement officers. In doing so, it seeks to answer the question: Who are cop-killers and why do they commit the ultimate crime of violence against the peacekeepers of society?
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Reflect and Relate: An Introduction to Interpersonal Communication (2nd edition)

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Steven McCornack, "Reflect and Relate: An Introduction to Interpersonal Communication (2nd edition)"
2009 | ISBN-10: 031248934X | 544 pages | PDF | 64 MB

Reflect and Relate: An Introduction to Interpersonal Communication (2nd edition)
The most successful new interpersonal communication textbook in over a decade, Reflect & Relate broke new ground with its emphasis on critical self-reflection, practical skills, and relationships in context. Reflect & Relate fosters self-awareness by having students examine their own experiences, practice ongoing critical self-reflection, and apply the lessons in the text to their own communication. In the second edition, distinguished teacher and scholar Steven McCornack continues to arm students with the best research in the hottest areas, from the dark side of interpersonal relationships and gender and culture issues to the prevalence of technology in our daily communication.
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Reflect and Relate: An Introduction to Interpersonal Communication (2nd edition)

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Steven McCornack, "Reflect and Relate: An Introduction to Interpersonal Communication (2nd edition)"
2009 | ISBN-10: 031248934X | 544 pages | PDF | 64 MB

Reflect and Relate: An Introduction to Interpersonal Communication (2nd edition)
The most successful new interpersonal communication textbook in over a decade, Reflect & Relate broke new ground with its emphasis on critical self-reflection, practical skills, and relationships in context. Reflect & Relate fosters self-awareness by having students examine their own experiences, practice ongoing critical self-reflection, and apply the lessons in the text to their own communication. In the second edition, distinguished teacher and scholar Steven McCornack continues to arm students with the best research in the hottest areas, from the dark side of interpersonal relationships and gender and culture issues to the prevalence of technology in our daily communication.
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My Misspent Youth: Essays

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My Misspent Youth: Essays by Meghan Daum
English | Nov 3, 2015 | ISBN: 1250067650, 1890447269 | ASIN: B005UVUWES | 192 Pages | EPUB/MOBI/AZW3/PDF (Converted) | 4 MB
Meghan Daum is one of the most celebrated nonfiction writers of her generation, widely recognized for the fresh, provocative approach with which she unearths hidden fault lines in the American landscape.

My Misspent Youth: Essays
From her well-remembered New Yorker essays about the financial demands of big-city ambition and the ethereal, strangely old-fashioned allure of cyber relationships to her dazzlingly hilarious riff in Harper's about musical passions that give way to middle-brow paraphernalia, Daum delves into the center of things while closely examining the detritus that spills out along the way. She speaks to questions at the root of the contemporary experience, from the search for authenticity and interpersonal connection in a society defined by consumerism and media; to the disenchantment of working in a "glamour profession"; to the catastrophic effects of living among New York City's terminal hipsters. With precision and well-balanced irony, Daum implicates herself as readily as she does the targets that fascinate and horrify her. In a review of The KGB Bar Reader, in which Daphne Merkin singled out Daum's essay about the inability to mourn a friend's death, Merkin wrote: "It's brutally quick, the way this happens, this falling in love with a writer's style. Daum's story hooked me by the second line. Hmm, I thought, this is a writer worth suspending my routines for."
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Nature and the Environment in Pre-Columbian American Life

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Nature and the Environment in Pre-Columbian American Life by Stacy S. Kowtko
English | 2006-08-30 | ISBN: 0313334722 | PDF | 232 pages | 4 MB

Nature and the Environment in Pre-Columbian American Life
Prehistoric North Americans lived on, in, and surrounded by nature. As a result, everything they were resulted from this co-existence. From interpersonal relations to supernatural beliefs, from housing size and function to the food they ate and clothing they wore, the life of Native Americans before the arrival of Europeans was intimately intertwined with the environment. What is known about these societies is often sketchy at best, having survived largely through archaeological remains and oral tradition. Scholars have tried to understand Native American history on its own terms, trying to understand who and what they were in reality – a complex, diverse multitude of populations that defined themselves entirely through what they saw, heard, and experienced everyday – their natural environment.
This accessible resource provides an excellent introduction for those needing a first step to researching the daily lives of Native Americans in the centuries before the arrival of Europeans.
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