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Dealing with angry kids is exhausting, embarrassing and nerve wracking. You need an entire set of strategies to deal with their rage without losing your marbles or your character in the process.
When those piercing sobs arouse in us the same feelings of madness and utter helplessness which we experienced as children, it is time for some inner repair work. Take a minute to recall feeling out of control as a child. How did your parents deal with yo...
A child’s unbridled anger causes parents to feel helpless, and a parent may begin to question him/herself and wonder who is really in control in this house...
How to Listen to what Your Heart is Feeling
In reality, the seed of pain becomes the seed for growth. When you discard the pain, you throw away the information it can give you...
How to respond to rage
When a spouse expresses anger, a peace-seeker can learn not to catch the emotion. An excellent strategy is to respond to someone's rage with sincere interest and curiosity...
"Don't tell me how to raise my children!" he shouts at her. Clearly, she hasn't yet cured him of his tendency to raise his voice. He's now yelling at her, as well as the children...
Gmail has recently introduced a new feature called "Mail Goggles." Google hopes that this new test-phase feature will save its users "angst" in preventing email regret.
The single greatest challenge faced by couples is how they handle their anger. How does one deal with the inevitable disagreements in marriage, without becoming angry?
Can I forgive someone in my head and heart when I have been wronged and I never even received an apology? And why would forgiving that person make me feel better, when I am perfectly happy with my anger and resentment that I feel rightfully belongs?
G‑d's decree not to allow Moses to enter the land was not a punishment in the classic sense of the term. Moses just did not sin to a degree that should have caused him to lose the right to fulfill his life's dream for which he had worked so hard.
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