Here’s What You Do When You Get Angry At Your Kids

All parents get angry from time to time. It doesn’t make you a bad parent. Here are ways to cope with anger.

Anger is a normal human emotion. All parents get angry from time to time. It doesn't make you a bad parent. It doesn't make you a sad parent. It's normal. But we must remember that if we can't control our anger if it happens too often, it can negatively affect our child. 

Children often blame themselves when they see the adults in their life get angry. It makes them stressed and this can affect the way their growing brains develop. Living in a household where there is a lot of anger puts your child at risk of mental illness later in life. Using hurtful words towards your child can make them feel like they are bad and worthless.

So, before you get angry. Pause. Think about what you are doing. Take a break and resume life. Remember – you are responsible for your child's future. 

So here's what you need to think about when you get angry.

  1. What are the common trigger points.
  2. Try to notice your negative thoughts — 'No-one ever helps me' or 'Why are you so naughty. Calm down and work out what is 
  3. Find strategies to cope
  4. Seek for help

P.S If you want to know more parenting tips – we had a conversation with Shubh Villasji on conscious parenting. Do check it out on our YouTube channel,


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