Helping Kids Make Smart Choices for Expressing Anger
It’s one thing to write about helping kids make smart choices when it comes to expressing anger — it’s another thing to watch an emotional situation play out right before your eyes and hope that your own child will make a good decision! Last weekend, I took my daughter and her friend to a pizza-n-games type of place. For them, making time for the delicious pizza buffet is like “having” to eat their veggies before they can enjoy dessert; wobbly crane machines and spinning prize wheels are the true delight of the restaurant.
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This entry was posted by signewhitson on October 3, 2011 at 10:06 pm, and is filed under anger, angry smile, assertiveness, Being a Mom, building self-esteem in girls, bullying, friends, kids, Parenting, passive aggression, passive aggression by children. Follow any responses to this post through RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback from your own site.
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