In this imtimate session, Harriet Lerner, author of the New York times bestseller THE DANCE OF ANGER, offers a provocative new view of how anger shapes women, and how they can reclaim this emotion as a vital life-changing force. Our culture encourages and even rewards aggressive, angry men. Yet when a woman shows anger, she is shunned, devalued, and ridiculed. Listeners explore this paradox, and learn how the suppression of anger leads to guilt and self-violations. Using examples from her practice as a psychologist, Dr. lerner takes us inside the lives of real women, showing us how we can experience anger as a natural emotion, that can be used constructively. With advice and techniques, HARRIET LERNER ON ANGER paves the road for anyone seeking to understand the deeper connections between anger, self-esteem, and change.