When they were born, they were cute little creatures that could not harm a fly. You nurtured and took care of them over the years, making sure you guided them along the way so that they can get squarely on the path to becoming the responsible adults that you wish them to become. But there is a little problem; they have serious anger problems that you’ve tried all your best to tame and control but for some reason, the problem seems to be worsening. In fact, the situation is so bad that they scream, scratch, roll on the ground, bite, bang doors, break things around the house, do not eat, and do all manner of things to express their anger and frustration. And you feel helpless about it. You don’t want to hurt them by resorting to smacking them just to ‘put some sense in them’. What do you do?Why is it that children of different ages (preteens and teens) can’t control their anger?How do you stop children from embarrassing and frustrating you because of their temper and tantrums?Is there a way you can take back control over every episode of meltdown?How do you stop children from using their meltdowns to get anything they want from you, without you even stopping them?How do you fight fair and square and win over your children when they always seem to be winning in all the other fights?How do you get your sanity back after all the episodes you’ve experienced of children having meltdowns that you could not tame?In this audiobook you will find an easy, step by step approach to neutralizing anger in children and then taking back control so that you can have sober conversations with children even when they are frustrated.