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1. What are three interpersonal costs of anger?
2. What are four implications of anger?
3. What are four areas of understanding to help your client to take personal responsibility for anger?
4. What are the six steps to responsibility?
5. What are four fallacies of "should"? 
6. What are four aspects of blame?
7. What are four stress reduction techniques?
8. What are four ways to solve stress problems?
9. What are six aversive chains?
10. What are the two parts to mindreading?
11. What are the Three Methods of Coping Through Healthy Self-Talk?
12. What are three ways to defuse a zinger?


A. how to state your needs, understanding that others know their needs, understanding inevitable collision of needs and understanding strategies for satisfaction.
B. reinforcing others, meeting your own needs, finding support elsewhere, setting limits, negotiating assertively and letting go
C. verbal behaviors, nonverbal sounds, voice quality, gestures using hands and arms, facial expressions and body movements
D. Scanning Your Body for Stress, Breathing Away Stress, Progressive Muscle Relaxation and Meditation
E. preparing for confrontation, coping with confrontation and coping in retrospect
F. there is nothing inherently right or legitimate about anger, anger is an expression of stress, forget displacement and anger is a choice
G. Calibrated communication and parataxic distortion
H.  raising defenses, losing a sense of well-being and isolation.
I. Awareness, Good-Bad Dichotomizing, Assumed Intent and Magnifying
J. Four ways to solve stress problems are identifying problems that cause stress, clarifying your goals, alternative strategies, and analyzing the consequences.
K. the entitlement fallacy, the fallacy of fairness, the fallacy of change  and the "letting it out" fallacy
L. Empathize, ask questions and paraphrase

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