As a parent, it can be confusing to figure out what to do when your child is angry. Do you tell them to stop? Do you ignore it? Oftentimes we don't even question how we handle things and simply continue a generational pattern of how to deal with anger, repeating what our parents did.
It's important to start young in helping children understand and express their emotions.
Anger is not a "bad" emotion. It's how you deal with it that can make the difference.
The article below outlines 11 ways to help your child deal with their anger in a more healthy way.
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Often, we keep the truthful stories like these about our families and upbringings to ourselves. He has chosen to open up about his life and not become isolated in silence. He poetically shows his insight into how his life events are connected and have impacted him.
"New research finds that mindfulness practices have the potential to slash health care costs."
"Yoga and meditation can be great ways to relax and quiet the mind, and a growing body of research has shown that these mindfulness practices may even be effective for treating physical and mental health problems ranging from heart disease to depression. "
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