Parents Corner: Three Steps and Five Questions to Turn Parenting Anger into Parenting Success

child-boy-play-toys-basket-fun-427824Everyone gets angry sometimes. But there is anger and then there is destructive anger in your home. Most of us don’t want to harm our children. And one way to prevent harm in your home is to use angry moments as learning experiences. That way we can use our anger to establish rules that can prevent dangerous anger.

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