Angry Kids: Understanding and Managing the Emotions that Control Them

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Fleming H. Revell, 2001 - Family & Relationships - 297 pages
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In Angry Kids, a marriage and family therapist provides answers about why children are angry. His biblical perspective challenges parents and children to be accountable for their actions while working out solutions. Charts, specific examples, and practical application clarify how to stop the spreading epidemic of angry kids.

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Roots of Your Childs Anger
Dealing with Life Experiences

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Berry is a marriage and family therapist with Youth Alternatives.

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