Your emotions affect what you do and say and they affect your child too. For example, anger is a common human emotion. At times you may feel angry but what you do and say when you’re angry is important to your relationship and to how your child learns to express anger. Things that may make parents feel angry include: whining, not doing what’s been asked, not getting ready for school or bedtime, fighting with siblings, not doing well in school and talking rudely. Here are some tips:
Current as of: December 10, 2018
Author: Mental Health Screening & Early Identification, Alberta Health Services
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