Taming the dragon in your child: solutions for breaking the cycle of family anger

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Wiley, Jan 12, 1994 - Family & Relationships - 227 pages
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Provides parents with realistic, healthy and positive ways to understand and diffuse situations that trigger their child's tantrums, flare-ups, sulks and arguments. Shows parents how to recognize and break their own anger patterns which their children may be imitating. Each chapter combines specific information and advice with realistic examples of what to do in a variety of typical situations.

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Taming the dragon in your child: solutions for breaking the cycle of family anger

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Blowups, tantrums, screaming, sarcasm, and stealing are all forms of anger that can threaten and ruin family life. Eastman and Rozen ( Dinosaur Brains , LJ 4/1/89) define the problem and suggest ... Read full review

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

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