The truth is that everyone gets angry. Anger is a normal human emotion. Layer that knowledge with the fact that motherhood is emotionally demanding and exhausting at times, it’s no surprise that sometimes we get angry at our children.
Parents yell because we get triggered by our kids, we worry, our senses get overloaded, we are stressed, or our kids just won’t listen! What I’ve discovered is that there are literally THOUSANDS of reasons why we yell.
Popular Yelling Posts
This is what I lovingly call my “yellow hearts post”. This post went viral in the summer of 2014 because it’s just a really simple way to use physical reminders to help any parent stop yelling at their kids.
Read it, I promise it can help!
Here is where the truth comes out. Am I the only parent that yells at my kids? Is it really all that damaging to my child? Can I ever stop!?
If you ever feel guilty about yelling at your kids, then you must read this post.
“Hello!? Hello!? Are you listening to me?!”
Ever find yourself having to repeat yourself over, and over, and over again? I know I do.
Here’s some great, proven tips to actually get your child’s attention so that they will listen to you the first time you ask them to do something.
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