What makes you mad? Maybe getting bullied in school. Maybe your girlfriend or boyfriend flirting with someone else, or a friend spreading rumors about you. Or maybe an adult you trust letting you down. Or getting sent to detention. Or a juvenile center. Or worse. Whatever your reasons for being mad, anger is natural. Everyone feels it sometimes. But sometimes your reaction to anger can hurt people, including yourself. It can ruin your relationships, keep you from being successful in school or at work, lead to health problems, cause others to lose respect for you Think of it this way: Anger is like a fire. If you let it rage out of control, who knows what it can destroy. You can't prevent anger from flaring up, but you can control how you respond to it. Look inside to learn the truth about anger, how anger affects relationships, firewalls and other tools to tame the flames and other burning issues PLUS hear dozens of real teens sound off about what makes them mad, how they deal with their anger, and what happens when anger gets them in trouble. No question, anger affects everyone. The real question is: How will you handle it? (Read this book for help!).... Dr. James J. Crist is the clinical director and a staff psychologist at the Child and Family Counseling Center in Woodbridge, Virginia, and the author of What to Do When You're Sad & Lonely and What to Do When You're Scared & Worried. He has helped many teens face their anger and get the respect they want and deserve.