Dealing with Bad Attitudes and Anger in Children Live Seminar
Bad attitudes and anger are just two of the many challenges that emotions bring into family life. Children who don’t know how to manage their emotions create tension in relationships. Parents want help and addressing the emotional climate in a family is a powerful way to reach the heart.
Dr. Scott Turansky and Joanne Miller, RN, BSN teach a lively, practical, and relevant parenting seminar you won’t want to miss. As you attend this seminar you’ll receive practical, biblical advice for your parenting. All children are different and new ideas will help you tailor solutions to meet the needs of your family. You’ll leave with plans you can put into practice right away.
Using stories, humor and plenty of illustrations, Dr. Turansky and Mrs. Miller will help you touch the hearts of your kids. Strategies directed to the heart help kids make lasting changes, but often require parents think differently about the way they work with their kids. Parents often have to change the way they parent before kids will change the way they live.
Good and Angry: Exchanging Frustration for Character
Recognizing the very real emotions parents feel, Good and Angry taps into the constructive side of your anger and teaches new strategies for addressing the things your child does that drive you crazy. Paperback, 242 pages.
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Attitude: A Window into a Child’s Heart
You see it. You don’t like it. In fact, sometimes it makes you angry. Bad attitudes bring a stormy climate into any family. It’s much easier to get kids to do the right thing than it is to get them to do it with a good attitude. This session is essential for any family where bad attitudes exist. You’ll learn the three components of an attitude and then use these components to make deep and lasting changes.
Helping Children Deal with Anger
Some children can be highly emotional and even explosive, creating tension and unrest in family life. They need help to understand their anger and to develop a plan to keep their emotions in check. This session gives parents specific guidelines to help children deal with anger. Don’t be surprised if you gain some important tips for managing your own anger as well.
Question and answer times provide parents with opportunities to present real problems they’re facing and hear suggestions. The seminar ends by talking about God’s desire to touch the hearts of parents, not just their kids. Parents leave the seminar encouraged, armed with lots of practical strategies, and a new vision for touching the hearts of their children.
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