Does your kid throw tantrums when he doesn’t get what he wants? Does he create a commotion as he doesn’t want to go have a bath because he’s too busy playing?We help you with 10 best ways on how to control kids anger that you can apply to manage his anger outbursts and temper tantrums.
That doesn't mean you shouldn't stop them from running into the street though. Just BE the example. Be more aware of yourself and how what you do and who you are, teaches them how to be, 1,000x's better than anything you tell them. (Also know that being down on yourself for not being perfect isn't going to help you feel good enough to do better. Just try to make good decisions, even when you'd rather not
"Our children pick up a great deal from how we embrace them each morning, how we react when they break our favorite vase, how we handle ourselves in a traffic accident, how we sit and talk to them, whether we really look at what they show us, and whether we take an interest in what they say." - Dr. Shefali Tsabary on respectful, conscious parenting
By having a calm conversation, parents are teaching their children self-control. Expressing anxiety is contagious—and so is calm. Remaining calm sets an example for your children and this skill will have a positive effect on all of their future relationships. Even as an adult, do you like it when someone yells at you? The reality is yelling doesn't make anyone hear you any better. In fact, it’s intimidating, threatening and can cause you to tune them out. #quote
When my Mother was awarded supervised visits, at Christmas she brought in bags of gifts for my brother and I.A lot of them were used but honestly neither of us cared. We were just happy she did what she could to show us love. After that visit my father yelled at us for accepting the gifts and threw them in the dumpster at the visitation center. "How dare we disrespect him." I was more worried that she saw him and it hurt her.