Parental anger is a real problem for children and parents. Children may react by being less caring and concerned for others, less accepting of themselves. They are more likely to develop problems at school, in relationships, with drugs, and the law.
This book helps parents who know they are angry too often to identify the trigger points that lead to anger, and to see these points as mistaken beliefs about their children's behaviour, temperament, needs and development. It gives parents a realistic understanding of why their children act the way they do, and dissipate their anger as a result.
By changing trigger-happy thoughts into problem-solving discussions, this is a book that can really change parenting for better for both the parents and the children.