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how to stop getting angry with my child.

Neeti Shukla
3 to 7 years

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Updated on Aug 10, 2017

I get angry very fast and lose my temper and start scolding my son. How should I stop this?

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Neeti Shukla

| Aug 20, 2017

Thank you so much ma'am for your explanation. It's really very helpful for me.

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Farida Bharmal

| Aug 11, 2017

Hello Neeti Shukla Being a mom of two, loosing the temper is very easy, I started using these steps to get myself in Control, see if it helps you to. http://www.theworldofhandwriting.com/educational-blog/how-to-get-kids-to-listen-without-loosing-your-cool

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Shikha Batra

| Aug 10, 2017

hi Neeti Shukla! we mothers are human beings too and anger is a natural emotion expressed when one feels exhausted, frustrated, cheated, wasted etc . but we need to be careful on who is our target. please ensure it's not your child no matter what . he/she doesnt deserve this.. as the impression yelling or shouting will have on his /her mind is long lasting and even damaging.. Neeti whenever u feel angry next time, make sure u try and firstly find out the trigger , is it that u feel tired and even without provocation u r indirectly taking out ur frustration on ur child or there is something else that is bothering u. once u have identified the trigger , make sure u do something to divert your energies and attention such as go out for a walk, speak to a friend, pamper yourself by going for a spa , going out with family or friends . spare one hour everyday for yourself and do whatever gives u happiness such as write a blog, read books, or learn to play an instrument . .thirdly , u tell yourself repeatedly u would be nice to your child.. and last but not the least take good care of yourself.. please go through this blog. hope u will find the suggested tips handy. Hey! I find this Parenting blog really interesting. I suggest you have a look too: https://www.parentune.com/parent-blog/top-10-anger-management-techniques-in-parenting/588?ptref=sa0l000030g00gc.

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