Creative Aggression


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Two renowned psychotherapists reveal the terrible price of being a "nice guy" all the time - whether on the job, or with lovers and friends - and how suppressing natural, healthy aggression can endanger one's mental and emotional health.

New York: Avon Books, paperback

New York, Doubleday, hardcover

On September 20, 1981, the Los Angeles Time Book Review selected CREATIVE AGGRESSION for its list of "100 Books for the Modern Person", a contemporary reading list of recommended books published over a 35-year period.

"Creative Aggression is about the creative expression of aggression - creative because it is immediate, open, and direct, rather than hidden and festering...the greatest value of Creative Aggression is that it reveals how to live constructively with aggression."
                                                                                                                      --Psychology Today Book Club

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