Angry Kids: Understanding and Managing the Emotions That Control Them

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Angry Kids leads you through an odyssey of discovery about what makes children angry and how you can help them through their rage. Filled with stories of real kids, this book offers practical, biblical guidelines, workable parental plans, and even cue cards to help you successfully communicate with your angry child.

Dr. Richard Berry draws from his experience as a marriage and family therapist to expose four root causes of anger in children. He shows you how to help your child ...

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Overview

Angry Kids leads you through an odyssey of discovery about what makes children angry and how you can help them through their rage. Filled with stories of real kids, this book offers practical, biblical guidelines, workable parental plans, and even cue cards to help you successfully communicate with your angry child.

Dr. Richard Berry draws from his experience as a marriage and family therapist to expose four root causes of anger in children. He shows you how to help your child understand the reasons for his or her anger and then how to teach anger management techniques, so your child can move on from past losses and hurts to live a healthy and balanced life.

If you have an angry kid (or were an angry kid), Dr. Berry's book will be a valuable tool in helping you find peace -- in your heart and in your home.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780800757571
  • Publisher: Baker Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 6/1/1901
  • Pages: 304
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments 9
Introduction: Roots of Your Child's Anger 11
Part 1 Dealing with Life Experiences
1 Physical and Sexual Abuse 15
2 Divorce 29
3 Blended Family 46
4 Parental Favoritism 62
5 Parental Abandonment 73
6 Losses 85
7 Parental Alcoholism or Drug Use 100
8 Parental Overindulgence 108
Part 2 Improving Problem-Solving Skills
9 The Tool Box 119
10 Mind-sets 124
11 Avoidance and Procrastination Problems 130
12 Speed Problems 137
13 Information Problems 143
14 Solution Problems 150
15 Focus Problems 159
16 Problems with Giving Up Too Easily 172
Part 3 Managing Anger
17 Assess Feelings: When Your Child Responds Only in Anger 183
18 Neutralize Emotions: When Your Child Acts without Thinking 188
19 Gauge Anger: When Your Child Blows Up 199
20 Engage the Correct Person: When Your Child Expresses Anger toward the Wrong Person 207
21 Resolve the Situation: When Your Child Perpetuates the Problem 212
Part 4 Reducing Your Child's Success in Using Anger
22 Parental Modeling 231
23 Parental Decisions 244
24 Parental Attention 256
25 Parental Vagueness 262
26 Parental Consequences 268
Appendix A Helping Your Child Deal with Life Experiences 279
Appendix B Helping Your Child Manage Anger 291
Notes 295
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