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Parental Anger

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Parental Anger

When we get angry, it's our job to act like a grown-up, calmly coaching our child so they can develop the ability to regulate their own emotions and behavior.

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Should You Spank Your Child?

Kids who are spanked are less emotionally healthy than kids who aren't. What's more, kids who are spanked behave worse over time.

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Ready to snap? How to catch yourself and get back on track.

Feeling Irritable? 5 simple steps to get yourself back to center when you're in a bad mood.

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How To Do Damage Control When You Fight In Front of Your Kids

Conflict is part of every human relationship. So what exactly is a healthy fight? How do you minimize the damage in front of your kids when you're arguing?

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13 Tips to Transition to Peaceful Parenting

You Can Be That Peaceful Parent. Here's your plan.

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The Secret of Not Yelling When You're Having a Bad Day

We all have hard days. Think of your irritation as a red blinking light on your car dashboard, signaling you to take action. Self-compassion is the key.

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You CAN Stop Yelling. Here's your plan.

How to coach yourself through your own emotions, so you don't take them out on your kids. The truth is that yelling scares kids and hardens their heart.

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Are You Using This Essential Parenting Tool?

I can't promise that you won't get stressed or overloaded in modern life. But here are 5 simple steps to keep you from saying and doing things you'll regret.

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Your 10 Point Plan To Stop Yelling

Want to stop yelling? It's hard to stop yelling, but you can do hard things. Here's your plan. In a year, you won't remember the last time you yelled.

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All You Need Is Love (and a Little Practice!)

Every child deserves unconditional love from parents. 3 strategies to stay connected with your child even when you're angry or setting limits.