Taming the Dragon in Your Child: Solutions for Breaking the Cycle of Family Anger

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John Wiley & Sons, Apr 7, 1997 - Family & Relationships - 240 pages
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A child psychologist shows parents how to deal constructively with their children's anger from the terrible twos to the troublesome teens

Dr. Meg Eastman draws on her experience as a child psychologist to offer invaluable battle-tested solutions for parents to deal with their children's real feelings. Using tree-life examples, she offers helpful advice for dealing with anger from toddlerhood through adolescence giving tips on how to defuse problem situations before they explode.
-- Provides specific strategies for special problems, including divorce, abuse, trouble at school, death, and other crises
-- Details how to deal with everything from temper tantrums and pouting to sarcasm, lying, and sibling rivalry

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I thought this was a good book. Fast read. Nothing in here was mind-blowing, but a good discussion. Read full review

Contents

MEETING THE DRAGON
3
What Is Normal Anger?
12
ProblemSolving
26
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

Rozen is a writer and editor. She has taught college English and journalism.

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