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Helping kids handle anger

Author GreatDad Writers
Submitted 18-05-2006

Dads need to know how to guide their kids to handle their anger. Angry boyWhether we care to admit it or not, the steady onslaught of violent images on television, video games, the Internet, movies, music lyrics, and in our newspapers are hurting our children. The result: too many kids are becoming desensitized to violence, and have learned that anger is the only way to solve a problem. While that’s the bad news, there is some good news: violence is learned, but so is calmness! Click here to find six secrets to help teach your kids calmer, more constructive ways to express their anger.