22 min

TPJ 112: A New Way To Look At Anger The Parenting Junkie Show

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Anger Management Tips for Parents: How to Handle Anger in Parenting  I've always been drawn to peaceful parenting, conscious parenting, gentle parenting - however, I have a temper! I get triggered. And most parents struggle with anger and yelling. The following parenting tips will help you minimize your triggers so you can love parenting and parent from love.
Don't stay stuck with the feeling that there's something wrong with you or something wrong with your child - let's break this down:
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Join us on the TPJ App for the full-text version, private community discussion, and MUCH more: https://bit.ly/3pTCFn7
 
0:00 How to Minimize Triggers

0:59 Present Play Membership opens in April (join the waitlist: www.theparentingjunkie.com/presentplay)

5:06 Anger is natural, but acting out of anger is destructive.

5:45 We overcomplicate anger management.

7:55 Being angry is very similar to being drunk.

14:36 Prefrontal cortex vs. amygdala.

16:04 The feelings will pass.

17:20 Once it passes, we can think clearly again.

18:43 It's a great opportunity to model for our children.

19:19 We can teach our children to take a break and calm down.
 
Click here to get on the waitlist for Present Play!
 
If you enjoyed this episode and it inspired you in some way, I’d love to hear about your biggest takeaway. Take a selfie of you listening or a screenshot of the show, post it to instagram stories, and tag me @parentingjunkie or feel free to DM me on instagram, I try to reply to as many as I can!

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Anger Management Tips for Parents: How to Handle Anger in Parenting  I've always been drawn to peaceful parenting, conscious parenting, gentle parenting - however, I have a temper! I get triggered. And most parents struggle with anger and yelling. The following parenting tips will help you minimize your triggers so you can love parenting and parent from love.
Don't stay stuck with the feeling that there's something wrong with you or something wrong with your child - let's break this down:
↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓
Join us on the TPJ App for the full-text version, private community discussion, and MUCH more: https://bit.ly/3pTCFn7
 
0:00 How to Minimize Triggers

0:59 Present Play Membership opens in April (join the waitlist: www.theparentingjunkie.com/presentplay)

5:06 Anger is natural, but acting out of anger is destructive.

5:45 We overcomplicate anger management.

7:55 Being angry is very similar to being drunk.

14:36 Prefrontal cortex vs. amygdala.

16:04 The feelings will pass.

17:20 Once it passes, we can think clearly again.

18:43 It's a great opportunity to model for our children.

19:19 We can teach our children to take a break and calm down.
 
Click here to get on the waitlist for Present Play!
 
If you enjoyed this episode and it inspired you in some way, I’d love to hear about your biggest takeaway. Take a selfie of you listening or a screenshot of the show, post it to instagram stories, and tag me @parentingjunkie or feel free to DM me on instagram, I try to reply to as many as I can!

Are you subscribed to my podcast? Subscribe here so that fresh episodes are delivered directly to you.
Those shiny 5-star ratings and sweet reviews have me all gushy, thank you. But more importantly, they help other parents discover the Parenting Junkie Show and spread the word about Loving parenting and Parenting from Love. If you have a moment to spare, those reviews mean the world to me, you can leave one here. 
Want to connect to like-minded parenting junkies?
Join our (free & awesome) FB community Love Parenting with Avital.

22 min