Are You Angry with Your Child? Use These Questions to Reflect
Anger and frustration are universal human emotions. But that doesn’t mean that you have to be the victim of negative emotions. As adults, we have an obligation toward our family and ourselves to keep negative emotions from taking over. If you’re feeling like you’re constantly getting angry with your child, then it’s time to figure out what’s really happening.
“Our emotions are there to be felt, but not to take over our lives becuase, if they do, they will become toxic.”
– Bernardo Stamateas –
Let’s be honest. Parenting is hard! When you can’t even take a bath or a shower for two minutes without something knocking at the door or opening the curtain, it can be incredibly frustrating. Or, when you have to tell your children a million times to turn the lights off when they leave a room, it can get annoying.