Anger - How do you deal with the emotion of anger? Have you ever been really angry? The answer is probably yes – we all get angry. Anger is a normal human emotion that we all experience. The classic definition of anger is a strong feeling of being upset or annoyed because you see something as wrong.

Anger - How do you deal with the emotion of anger? Have you ever been really angry? The answer is probably yes – we all get angry. Anger is a normal human emotion that we all experience. The classic definition of anger is a strong feeling of being upset or annoyed because you see something as wrong.

Eight Ways to Deal with Anger as a Parent I am going to be glad I pinned this someday! PLUS I can use some of these on the kids I nanny now!

A Parenting Moment: Eight Ways to Deal with Anger as a Parent

Eight Ways to Deal with Anger as a Parent I am going to be glad I pinned this someday! PLUS I can use some of these on the kids I nanny now!

The Stop Yelling Toolbox for Every Parent Who's Ever Yelled ... 1, 2, 3, 4... Why are you counting, Mommy?

Stop Yelling Toolbox

The Stop Yelling Toolbox for Every Parent Who's Ever Yelled ... 1, 2, 3, 4... Why are you counting, Mommy?

From Marriage to Motherhood: Drawing Closer to Him  Christian Daily Devotional Books for Moms

From Marriage to Motherhood: Drawing Closer to Him Christian Daily Devotional Books for Moms

"100 Things to Teach a Girl"     This is awesome. I'm not a mom, and this spoke volumes to me. :)

"100 Things to Teach a Girl" This is awesome. I'm not a mom, and this spoke volumes to me. :)

Good article on bully-proofing your kids.     "Start early. Does your child understand the difference between thinking, feeling and action?  Starting when their son was 3, psychologist Tammy Hughes and her school psychologist husband started teaching him. At night, they'd say, "Tell me three good things that happened to you today." This helped him make the distinction between events and his feelings about them."…

Bully-proofing your kids - CNN.com

Good article on bully-proofing your kids. "Start early. Does your child understand the difference between thinking, feeling and action? Starting when their son was 3, psychologist Tammy Hughes and her school psychologist husband started teaching him. At night, they'd say, "Tell me three good things that happened to you today." This helped him make the distinction between events and his feelings about them."…

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