Parents often feel angry when their children do the wrong things. But responding to children in anger rarely brings about the desired result and can even have a damaging effect instead. Anger doesn’t have to be the enemy. It can be a flag that makes you an even better parent. Dr. Scott Turansky and Joanne Miller show you how to use your frustration to identify problems and then move into one of the seven routines to build character in your children.
- Learn to parent successfully without yelling
- Implement a 5-step plan for teaching children to follow instructions
- Help your children learn to accept No as an answer
- Understand how to discipline a child who lies
- Learn the difference between attitudes and moods and how to help your children change them
- and much more!
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. This book addresses common problem areas—such as annoying behavior, lying, not following instructions, and bad attitudes—and outlines seven routines that will help your child improve in these areas and, in the process, build both your and your child’s relationship with God.