The task of raising children is a difficult one in today's environment. Kids are always under pressure from their peers and popular culture. Parents frequently feel powerless in the face of the fact that every godly value they teach their children appears to be in direct conflict with the corrupt principles of this evil world. However, the good news is that God has a plan for properly parenting your children, and you may benefit from it by following it.
For parents, the most challenging issue is dealing with their children's anger. What is causing your child's rage? What is it about a child you like that causes you to get so enraged? And at what point do the rage and the fights become detrimental to your child's growth and development?
Parenting with Anger is a book that helps parents recognize that while dealing with their children, anger may become a habit. Anger is a powerful emotion that has the ability to produce consequences. As a result of the effectiveness of this strategy, many parents and children begin to use it unconsciously or in circumstances where anger is inappropriate or unnecessarily expressed.
Communicate with your children in a positive and productive manner. What parent or caregiver wouldn't desire that for their children? The unfortunate reality is that effective communication skills are not something everyone is born with. Being the parent you want to be includes the following characteristics: Communication Skills for Effective Parenting is a course that teaches communication skills to anybody who works with or cares for children. It has the potential to improve adult-child interactions.
Who is it that would profit from reading this book? Children's service providers, such as child-care providers or camp counselors; mentors; participants in Big Brothers Big Sisters of America programs; coaches.