Anger Tools for Children

Anger can be a challenging emotion to experience, especially as a child. For most of us, it is an “all-or-nothing” feeling that may be difficult to manage at times. If your child has been acting out in their anger, below are some tools you can implement at home. 1. Differentiate between feelings and behaviors. Talk... Continue Reading →

Anger Iceberg

We have all experienced feeling angry. When we feel angry, we blame someone or something. Sometimes our anger looks like throwing objects, withdrawal, and emotional outbursts. There are three important questions to ask ourselves to help us better manage our anger. First ask, “What am I not getting that I believe I really need?” Then... Continue Reading →

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