# Review: The Dance Of Anger

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Review: The Dance Of Anger

Review: The Dance Of Anger

## Assignment:

1. Review information about the Dance of Anger, which can be found in Chapter 5 of the textbook.
2. Describe the different styles of anger management as proposed by Lerner.
3. Focus on someone with whom you have an important relationship. Reflect and then address the following questions:
1. Does one of you tend to be a pursuer or a distancer? An overfunctioner or an underfunctioner? A blamer or a blame taker?
2. Rate each of you on a scale from 1 (low) to 10 (high) on each of the dimensions.
3. Are you performing any dance based on these style differences?
4. If so, describe how you might create a healthier dance?
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Instructions:

• Paper length is approximately 750 words
• Use APA style, including a cover page and reference page.
• Introductory Paragraph, setting forth a clear statement of your assignment.
• Conclusion, a concise statement that reaffirms your assignment.
• Cite a minimum of 2 sources (APA). This can include the textbook, or other outside materials.
• Refer to the week 2 rubric for grading criteria.
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