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7 Tips for parents to control angry Outbursts

Gaurima
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7 Tips for parents to control angry Outbursts

To find tried and tested conflict resolution tricks for parents was the main goal behind this article, and after some deep discussions around the issue I could collate 8 ways gathered from the parent community that could save fellow parents from losing control and impulsively venting anger at kids.


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Kavita Kumar

| Apr 20, 2017

thanks for sharing......

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Pallavi Mittal

| Apr 20, 2017

but dis works to me when I apart from dm means dy r in school n I m at home all deserve ideas come into my mind but fail wn I hv to apply.

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Lakshmivaraprasad Korlepara

| Apr 20, 2017

nice tips my self using 2 r 3 of this but as going on our ideas to control anger also should change childrens are always catch more about parents when they will be cool they will play as per that

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Vinita Hiremath

| Apr 03, 2017

very good article.... I will definitely try these tips to keep my anger in control.. thanks for tips..

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jyoti

| Aug 30, 2016

very nice tips

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Razina nevrekar

| Aug 29, 2016

very nice tips. I will definitely try this. lets see which one works for me

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Satyapal Dahiwade

| Aug 29, 2016

Amazing ideas

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Cristina S

| Apr 16, 2016

Wonderful ideas! I've used a few of these tips. My favorite is looking at family photos. They instantly make me happy and proud. Thank you xo

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Richa kalra

| Feb 17, 2016

Nice tips. ..Will definitely try

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bhawna vij

| Jan 04, 2016

Wow... that is simple yet sometime difficult to follow... but to be a good parent or a preacher... v should first teach or tame ourselves to a role model for our love ones... :)

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Gayatri

| Sep 04, 2015

Amazing that so many kids argue like that. I thought I was alone in the boat.

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Sindhu

| Jul 01, 2015

Thanks gaurima for sharing such wonderful tips think will really help me get out of such situations

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Narsannagari JanardhanReddy

| Jun 21, 2015

Excellent

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Meenu

| Feb 06, 2014

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Jayashree

| Dec 10, 2013

Thankyou so very much. Points 2 & 3 will definitely help.

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Teena Gulati

| Dec 10, 2013

Great.... nice information. ..

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Deepti

| Oct 31, 2013

Valuable inputs,thanks for sharing with us!

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Renuka Vijay

| Oct 31, 2013

Hi,Before i could say anything my 5 yr old kind would make a sad face and tears at the end of her eyes. Seeing her like that ,how i can be angry on her.

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Renuka Vijay

| Oct 31, 2013

Hi,

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Deepti Sharma

| Oct 05, 2013

I tried everything but nothing was working. one day when i was scolding my daughter she makes a face and says" mumma aaram se bolo plzz" in her soft voice. I was ashamed and embrassed. since then whenever i am angry these words echo in my ear

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Deepti Sharma

| Oct 05, 2013

I tried everything but nothing was working. one day when i was scolding my daughter she makes a face and says" mumma aaram se bolo plzz" in her soft voice. I was ashamed and embrassed. since then whenever i w

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gaurima

| Sep 07, 2013

Thanks Anurima :)

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Anurima

| Aug 27, 2013

Loved it! Issues such as these should be dealt with asap to avoid situations to spiral out of control. Thank you Gaurima, another well written blog :)

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Vedika

| Aug 01, 2013

Another thing your article has informed me of - i thought teenage/pre teens is the ultimate test of a mother's patience n understanding, but its an eye opener that kids as young as 5/7 yrs of age too are into arguing to such extents!!

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Vedika

| Aug 01, 2013

Excellent tips! A much needed guidance for dealing with a 15 year old daughter who is learning to spread her wings & establish her independence!

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Amrit

| Aug 01, 2013

Hi, This is Amrit. Infact, I also share the similar kind of a story wherein at times I am shouting at my 7 yr old daughter. However, after some time, I realize that I should not have done so. So, controlling our anger at the first place can solve many problems.

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Swati

| Jul 31, 2013

Wow... these were simple n ezy tips we could follo n mk our relationship more beautiful wid d kids..... thanks for sharing!!!

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Sonali chawla

| Jul 31, 2013

Thanx for this article. It is really helpful

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Neetu Ralhan

| Jul 30, 2013

hi Gaurima, these are very useful and practical tips. Will come in handy now that my boy is turning teen and we have already started having a fair amount of heated arguments.

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gaurima

| Jul 25, 2013

Thanks Dr. Sonali and Shikha for sharing your thoughts on the issue !! :)

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Shikha Batra

| Jul 25, 2013

I believe anger management is one technique which is difficult to practice especially when we have soft targets in front of us such as kids. Secondly we tend to believe that as parents we know their best, we tend to cross our limits in keeping our point of view by sometimes even yelling, shouting or even slapping. In this process we forget that we are hurting the very being for whom we declare that we know the best. Thirdly in a way we take advantage of the fact that child has no one other than parents as their primary caregivers so he/ she will return to us no matter how we behave. So although difficult yet not impossible to practice all parents should learn anger management techniques for the best interest of the child whom we love and care for and for ourselves too.

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DrSonali Bassi

| Jul 24, 2013

I am sure there has been at least one time or more when we have a really rude angry monster coming out of us shouting at our kid and then you realise what are you doing, is this me .your article is very good, we all can control our angry emotions at the right time and bring about a more positive outcome to conversations with our children.

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DrSonali Bassi

| Jul 24, 2013

I am sure there has been at

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DrSonali Bassi

| Jul 24, 2013

Garima, I think our children get the best and worst out of us. I am sure there h

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gaurima

| Jul 24, 2013

very creative input Shikha, thanks for sharing !!!

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Shikha Batra

| Jul 24, 2013

Gr8 job Gaurima! To add to this we can think about the sad face of our child after our outburst which I am sure no parent would like to see. So thinking about that we can control our anger.

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