How to Help Your Child Manage Their Anger

  1. Rebecca says:

    I will definitely give it a try!!! Thank you !

  2. AK says:

    I am absolutely sure that I never learned this as a child. No wonder I’m having such trouble with it. I will make a real effort to figure out how to regulate myself so that I can co-regulate and teach this valuable life skill.

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  12. […] support children’s emotional health. In a blog post about helping children manage their anger, clinical psychologist Dr. Jazmine McCoy writes, “Children learn to regulate their bodies and their feelings through us. We have to help them – […]

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