Walking into the bathroom and seeing toilet paper ripped to shreds all over the room…
Witnessing one of your children whack his sibling in the head with a toy…
Needing to wear headphones to block out your kid’s non-stop screaming…
These are all signs that you may have an angry child in your home–especially if these types of issues occur on a regular basis.
If you’re reading this saying, “Yes, this me! And I’m turning into an angry, frustrated parent because I don’t know how to effectively deal with an angry child,” you’re in the right place!
Disciplining, managing, and overall parenting a kid with anger issues is not easy for anyone.
As a professional who studies child behavior, even I don’t know all the answers when it comes to helping a child regain control of his or her emotions.
That’s why I’m thrilled that I got to chat with leading foster care expert, Dr. John DeGarmo, and we had a great conversation on how to parent an angry child on his radio show, The Parent Factor.
Listen to our conversation on how to parent an angry child on his radio show, The Parent Factor here.
It’s true that it takes a village to raise a child, and I’m so grateful that I had the opportunity to learn so much from Dr. John. I really hope you learned a bunch, too.
If you found this helpful, I encourage you to keep reading through the other blogs I’ve written. They cover a variety of issues from sibling rivalry to how to get your child on a routine and everything in between.