Good and Angry: Exchanging Frustration for Character… In You and Your Kids
This best selling book takes a good look at parental anger and the triggers in family life that make you want to scream. If your kids are doing the wrong things, then patience can’t be the whole solution. We say that anger is good for identifying problems but not good for solving them. When parents have a plan, then they don’t have to use anger to solve problems. In this book we take the seven most common problems that make you angry and give you ways to develop character in your kids to overcome these problems. Your anger can be the flag that says you have a problem, but a character-based solution can teach kids the skills they need for life.