How to stop being so angry as a parent and start learning how to empathize, resolve tantrums calmly, and achieve a more peaceful household, even if you can’t seem to stop yelling.
When your child is yelling, screaming, not doing as they’re told, and running amok, what’s usually your first reaction? Do you:Stare at the wall and wish it would all just go away?Calmly corral them and work through the issue together, as a family team?Yell and scream back, getting both yourself and your child more worked up in the process?
If you answered the third option, this book is exactly the guide you need to learn how to avoid those emotional outbursts and teach yourself how to work past anger to find resolutions.
So what can you do when emotions are running high and your first instinct is to start tearing your hair out? That’s where anger management comes in.
Through the lessons and examples in this book, you’ll quickly realize that there are so many other options besides anger that can not only end tantrums and meltdowns, they can also help you bond with your child.
Anger Management for Parents will help you discover:Exactly what makes parents angry What anger is and why it’s programmed in usHow to connect with your child through compassion The best anger management skills for parents
And so much more!
Being a parent is hard. Learn how to make it easier on yourself and your child. After all, your child is your baby, and don’t you want to find out how to give them the best chance at life?
If you’re ready to end the cycle of screaming and discover a new way to approach parenting, download this audiobook right now!
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