A New Way to Look at ANGER in Parenting (for when you’re triggered)

Understand Anger and Minimize Your Triggers When You’re in Fight, Flight, or Freeze Mode

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. If you’ve ever felt guilty, shamed, or “broken” because you can’t stay calm and zen while parenting 24/7, the following parenting tips will help you minimize your triggers so you can love parenting and parent from love, practice deep modeling for your children, and share anger management techniques with your kids.

0:00 Anger Management Tips for Parents
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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.

How to Not Lose Your Sh*t! (https://youtu.be/c7dkWZXBVgA)
Anger in Parenting: What It Means (https://youtu.be/55opxvbxaO4)

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