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Posted by: lostchild     
Everybody at one point gets angry. It is only normal as we are all human. Children sometimes annoy their parents so much that they cannot control themselves. Sometimes the child does not do it intentionally. The way you as a parent deal with your anger is very important. Some people when they are angry beat their children so hard that they end up regretting. Sometimes we say things that are so harmful without even realising it. This may have a negative effect on the children that is why it is very important for every parent to learn how to control their anger.
First you should learn that never act in anger. When the child makes you very angry, if you take a cane and start beating them up in the name of discipline this is one of the worst things you can do. This type of discipline is not positive and may sometimes cause serious injuries the child.This is very possible because as you beat up your son or daughter, anger is controlling you therefore you may not realize that you are over doing it. You should never discipline your child under the influence of anger. One is always advised to wait until you have cooled down.Image By: srqpix
Many parents bring anger to their kids even if they are not the cause. For example, your work mate stepped on your toe at your workplace or your boss has annoyed you. You should not let your kid suffer for that. Let your work issues remain at work. When you come home be ready to interact with your children as a parent not as a secretary who has been fired. You should not also let your personal issues affect you so much to the extent of letting them out on your kids. You should remember that kids are very delicate and they never forget easily. You should also never forget that it is very easy to damage a kid's self esteem therefore take precaution when dealing with anger.
Finally, you should also learn to understand your kids. Respect their interests to avoid getting angry. Let your intentions be clear to the kid because they too understand.

Tags: Anger, Control, Actions, Affects, Damage
  

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