7 Tips For Keeping Your Cool When Your Children Misbehave

Author:
Sam Crabtree
Date:
May 31, 2023
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Author Sam Crabtree explains the way in which angers develops and encourages a focus on Christ when situations become inflammatory.

"Anger doesn’t come out of the blue. Except for neurological and biological problems, anger is virtually always a byproduct of expectations. Something is happening that you were not expecting, or something you expected is not happening. Expectations: things not proceeding according to YOUR timeline, or not up to YOUR expected level of excellence in performance. What do you want (crave?) in the moment? What are your beliefs that excuse your over-reaction?"

https://www.crossway.org/articles/7-tips-for-keeping-your-cool-when-your-kids-misbehave/

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