Volume 2 in the "Help for the Angry Family" Series
A simple, easy to use pamphlet / workbook...
Two month old Andrew has turned beet red and is screaming at the top of his lungs. He wants something bad but his mother doesn't know what. Not to worry though. He'll' just keep squalling until she figures it out.
Eight month old Erica has just begun her first protest march. She's trying to crawl to her father before he can go off to work. She is not taking his leaving gracefully, to say the least.
Loreena is a typical 1 1/2 year old toddler. Stubborn. Headstrong. "No" is her favorite word. "Try and make me do it" is her favorite game.
Marty, about 3, is furious. He just told his mom about his great adventure with his friend the seven foot dragon. She didn't believe him. Now she wants him to admit he's telling fibs. How dare she question him!
Sondra hates pre-school. She's not getting along well with the other kids. She wants to stay home. She's anxious, angry, and argumentative.
Children sure know how to get angry. Trouble is, they're not so good at getting un-angry afterwards. They also have trouble staying calm in the first place. It's our job, as parents or care givers, to help them learn how to control their anger. This booklet is for the adult who wants to help children learn how to handle anger in positive and productive ways.