Do you know if your teenager’s acting out is in fact aggression that needs to be addressed? Learn 7 tips to help when things turn aggressive or violent.
These are some good questions that might help you decide what to do in the aftermath of a fight, and to help you decide whether you are ready to process.
Regardless of whether your child wins or loses, you’re winning right? They’re at sport… but how do we handle bad sportsmanship?
Lashing out in anger is something that can easily turn into a habit for our children. Anger is usually based on a strong sense of fear or sadness.
There is only one solution for a hurting heart. It’s not an easy or fast cure, but it’s a certain one.
With smacking now being seen as less ‘acceptable’, the lashing out often takes the form of yelling. Here are four solutions to turn your anger around.
When your kids aren’t listening to you which WILL happen, try these three things: speak softly, consider your timing and use the ‘gentle reminder’.
When someone responds negatively to a conversation, there’s usually an underlying reason for it. The key is to look past the response to try and understand.
I didn’t want to cry but I’m one of those people who cries when she’s angry, and this day, I was angry. I was angry at God.
We withstand the traumas of life better when we have good marriages, friendships, work relationships and community connections. The problem is, while we need relationship to be strong, powerful forces drive us apart.