Kids in Danger: Disarming the Destructive Power of Anger in Your Child

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Chariot Victor Pub., Jul 1, 1999 - Family & Relationships - 187 pages
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A child's mishandled anger manifests itself in many ways: from poor grades to parent-child conflict; from anti-authority attitudes to aggressive behavior; from sullenness to suicide. We see it every day--at home, at school, in society--and it seems to be getting worse. Is there anything that can be done about this "anger epidemic"? Dr. Ross Campbell responds with an emphatic YES, and offers practical advice to parents. In KIDS IN DANGER, you'll learn how to help your child: --Manage everyday conflicts-Express anger appropriately-Relate to others with maturity-Become a person of integrity"In a very direct and forthright way, Dr. Ross Campbell handles the genuinely tough problems parents and society itself face in an environment that is ever-increasing in its danger and problems. Beautifully done, much-needed, destined to be enormously helpful. I highly recommend it."- Zig Ziglar Dr. Ross Campbellis an adult, adolescent, and child psychiatrist, noted author, and lecturer on parent-child relationships. Founder and former director of Southeaster Counseling Center in Chattanooga, Tennessee, Dr. Campbell also serves as an Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics and Psychiatry at the University of Tennessee College of Medicine. Among his best-selling books are How to Really Love Your Child (over 1 million copies sold) and How to Really Love Your Teenager (over 300,000 copies sold). He and his wife, Pat, have four-grown children and one grandchild.

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Contents

Your Child and Anger
9
Society and Anger
21
Your Home and Anger
30
Copyright

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About the author (1999)

Campbell, in addition to his church educational responsibilities, is an associate professor of pediatrics and psychiatry at the University of Tennessee College of Medicine.

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