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Overcoming destructive anger, by bernard golden, phd, baltimore, md: johns hopkins, isbn: 987-14214-1974-9, 2016, 214 pages, $1995 anger becomes a problem if it is too intense, if it occurs frequently, if it lasts a long time, or if it is hard for you to let go of bernard golden, a practicing psychologist for 40 years, has written overcoming.