The Ultimate Guide to Stop Yelling at Your Kids, By Amanda Reuters

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Just Stop Yelling!

That’s the new parenting battle cry.

Parents are trying to stop, they feel guilty for doing it, but they often don’t know how or what to do instead.

Getting angry is a normal human emotion and it’s really normal for parents to get angry at their children from time to time.  Hey it happens to the best of us.

It’s not hard to go from calm to extremely angry in seconds with kids around.

Imagine it. You’re tired and frustrated already.  Maybe you didn’t sleep well.  Maybe you have a lot of stress at the moment.  Maybe you are just overwhelmed with parenthood at the moment.

Then your kids do something wrong and it pushes you over the edge.  Maybe they hit their brother, broke something, or forgot (yet again) to get do that last piece of homework the night before.

You’re angry.  Not just a little angry, you’re feeling rage.

You just want to scream!!!

How in the world do you calm down?  How do you approach your children calmly when all you want to do is YELL!?!?

How is a parent supposed to stay calm and not yell when their kids are misbehaving or when they are just overwhelmed with life?

It’s not always easy.

There are 5 big things that a parent can do to help curb the anger and stay calm in the chaos.

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Headshot 300-1Amanda was a Mental Health Counselor who worked with parents and children in crisis before she became a Stay at Home Mom to two boys.  She has a Bachelors Degree in Child Development and Family Studies and a Masters in Counseling where she specialized in Play Therapy.  She is the blogger behind Dirt and Boogers where she writes about Parenting and Motherhood.  She is passionate about helping parents stop yelling at their children and loves to help them feel more secure in their parenting abilities.


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