I read this chapter on anger (chapter 11). Quite liking it. One thought that stuck me was: the second best way to handle anger is to release it, and the first best way is not to have anger at all. The book teaches a new way of thinking when you are angry.
Anger gets in the way. It is good for nothing. Like all erroneous zones, anger is a means of using things outside of yourself to explain how you feel. Forget others. Make your own choices – and don’t let them be angry ones.