Learn these seven steps:
- Understand why children become angry.
- Identify when your child needs help.
- Involve your child as a partner in managing anger.
- Plan for your child to manage and express anger appropriately.
- Design a daily behavior management plan.
- Solve common behavior problems.
- Instill a resilient mindset in your child.
“This is a wonderful book that can make family life more fun, enjoyable and loving.”
—Harold S. Koplewicz, M.D., Director, NYU Child Study Center
“Millions of parents worry about their children who have problems in expressing anger appropriately. This very worthwhile book is full of practical suggestions parents can use immediately. I will be recommending it in my work with parents and school systems throughout the country.”
—Marlene Snyder, Ph.D., Coordinator, National Olweus Bullying Prevention Training, Clemson University
“Goldstein, Brooks, and Weiss give us powerful new insights into why children behave as they do, and practical easy-to-follow strategies to prevent even normal disappointments and frustrations from escallating out of control. Following the 7 steps will help children become a lot less angry, and parents, a lot less worried.”
—Myrna B. Shure, Ph.D., Author, Raising a Thinking Child