I've kept seeing MBCT (Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy) being mentioned as an effective method in various science journals in the last few years, never really understanding what the technique actually involved.
Mike Fisher is founder of the British Association of Anger Management (BAAM). His small book explains it fully with experienced examples and solutions. Which even an average reader can complete in under 2 hours. Its equivalent to about 50-60 pages due to double spaced lines.
It seems we all have anger problems either as imploders / exploders or survivors of a person of anger. I found the living in the present section the most revelatory. This book is a must for both partners in modern relationships that have reached the "Relate stage".
I honestly feel this small book will save relationships / lives.
The book has also been quoted directly by the New Scientist "Do get mad: The upside of anger" (8th Feb '12)