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Laura Snider 
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Re: “How to Manage Parental Anger

This is lovely. I would also add (albeit as a child protection professional who is not a parent) that the after-effect of losing your temper is a great teachable moment for your kiddos as well. I am certain you are already having those conversations with them, along the lines of:

—What do you remember about when daddy was angry earlier? How did you know he was upset? What should we look for in our bodies to know when we are sad/mad/scared/tired/etc.? Do different people give us different signs when they are sad/mad/scared/tired/etc.? What can we do when we are upset? What should we NOT do when we are upset?

Obviously not all of these questions at once, but reflecting like this builds social emotional intelligence that you and Stephanie both already have and what you want your kiddos to have in the future! You’re doing an amazing job!

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Posted by Laura Snider on 10/06/2020 at 8:09 PM
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