It's Okay to Be Angry

A Woman’s Guide to Healthy Emotions

Cover Art

Where to Purchase

About

"You will feel released and empowered."--from the foreword by Lisa Bevere, New York Times bestselling author

Did you know that it is okay to get angry? In fact, anger is a proper and godly response to some of the challenges we face. While the Bible admonishes us to be long-suffering, it also shows how anger can be a vital tool in God's hands for bringing about needed change.

This insightful and practical book corrects the popular notion that good Christian women should never get angry--not for any reason, not at anyone, not ever. Instead, the authors show women how to express their anger in healthy, productive ways that lead to personal growth and stronger relationships.


Gary J. Oliver, PhD, is a clinical psychologist, executive director of The Center for Healthy Relationships, and professor of psychology and practical theology at John Brown University. He has written more than twenty books, including Mad About Us.

H. Norman Wright, DMin, is a grief and trauma therapist and a licensed marriage, family, and child therapist. He has been on the faculty at Biola University and Talbot School of Theology for over forty years. He has written more than ninety books, including Experiencing Grief.


The Authors

  1. Gary J. Oliver PhD

    Gary J. Oliver PhD

    Gary J. Oliver, PhD, is a clinical psychologist with more than thirty years of experience in premarital, marital, and family counseling. He is executive director of the Center for Relationship Enrichment and professor of psychology and practical theology at...

    Continue reading about Gary J. Oliver PhD

  2. H. Norman Wright DMin

    H. Norman Wright DMin

    H. Norman Wright, DMin, is a grief and trauma therapist and a licensed marriage, family, and child therapist. He has been on the faculty at Biola University and Talbot School of Theology for four decades. He has written more than 80 books, including...

    Continue reading about H. Norman Wright DMin


Resources