Tired of Yelling: Teaching Our Children to Resolve Conflict

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Longstreet, 1999 - Family & Relationships - 272 pages
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"Tired of Yelling" isn't about teaching children to snap to attention at the sound of your voice. It's about giving children a gift that will last a lifetime -- the ability to manage anger and handle conflict. Teaching the steps of conflict resolution will result in more peaceful homes and classrooms, but the ultimate result is a young person capable of genuine intimacy. Dr. Waugh offers parents a helpful fifteen-step model.

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The Conflict Resolution Model
Teaching Our Children
Four Special Obstacles and How to Get Around Them

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Waugh is cofounder and codirector of the Atlanta Area Family Psychiatry Clinic, P.C., where he has had a prestigious practice in child, adolescent, and family psychiatry since 1977.

Sweitzer is a member of the American Society of Journalists and Authors.

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