• Anger Management for Parents

  • How to Manage Your Emotions & Raise a Happy and Confident Child
  • By: Susan Garcia
  • Narrated by: Samantha Novak
  • Length: 3 hrs and 4 mins
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars (434 ratings)

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By: Susan Garcia
Narrated by: Samantha Novak
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Publisher's Summary

How to stop being so angry as a parent and start learning how to empathize, resolve tantrums calmly, and achieve a more peaceful household, even if you can’t seem to stop yelling.

When your child is yelling, screaming, not doing as they’re told, and running amok, what’s usually your first reaction? Do you:

  • Stare at the wall and wish it would all just go away?
  • Calmly corral them and work through the issue together, as a family team?
  • Yell and scream back, getting both yourself and your child more worked up in the process?

If you answered the third option, this book is exactly the guide you need to learn how to avoid those emotional outbursts and teach yourself how to work past anger to find resolutions.

So what can you do when emotions are running high and your first instinct is to start tearing your hair out? That’s where anger management comes in.

Through the lessons and examples in this book, you’ll quickly realize that there are so many other options besides anger that can not only end tantrums and meltdowns, they can also help you bond with your child.

Anger Management for Parents will help you discover:

  • Exactly what makes parents angry 
  • What anger is and why it’s programmed in us
  • How to connect with your child through compassion 
  • The best anger management skills for parents

And so much more!

Being a parent is hard. Learn how to make it easier on yourself and your child. After all, your child is your baby, and don’t you want to find out how to give them the best chance at life?

If you’re ready to end the cycle of screaming and discover a new way to approach parenting, download this audiobook right now!

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.

©2020 Susan Garcia (P)2020 Susan Garcia

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very informative and well detailed

I finished it in a single day. It was really lovely to have a more psychology textbook styled parenting book rather than a book of tricks and tips. This book explains the root, benefit, and problem that anger comes from and initiates both in children and into adults with a special focus on the chemical reactions it sends through the body and the effect they have over time and why.

For example the more you start to lash out or lose control, the easier it is to get to that point in a shorter amount of time the next time you're angry.

I've never been an angry person, but I feel like I live in a state of rage and denial over this last year.

That simple connection made me feel less insane and understand how to begin to navigate getting back to not being angry at every mishap.

I feel like this book has changed my life, and I'm so grateful.

If you have a strong, willful child and you find yourself losing your $hit more and more, please give this book a listen. I've read all the books, I love montessori, but this book is something else entirely. I feel educated and informed about my parenting style, body, and mindset.

Most importantly, this book helped me begin to understand how to forgive myself.

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Couldn’t wait for it to finish

Vague, talks about obvious reasons behind anger but not too many helpful out of the box tools on how to manage your anger. Has many contradicting points in the book. Started “ peaceful parent happy kids“ not even a third of the way through the book and I’ve had way more a-ha moments than this.

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excellent

very useful information for any parent with kids of any age. I will be listening to this multiple times

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Not worth it

Book doesn’t offer much of how to “ manage anger”. It just explains what anger is how kids react. Waste of time. Almost everyone with a functional brain knows why we get angry and the impacts it has on children. Which I could get my credit back.

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Excelente book

Very helpful, it helped me to understand my kids and work on my patience. I highly recommend.

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Not informative

I felt like this was very uninformative & repetitive. It gave extremely biased and basic information about types of anger. Basically the whole entire book was short definitions of different types of anger on a very biased opinion. With no solutions on how to manage the problems .
If you are looking for ideas and techniques to help problems with anger , this book is not it.
If you want to hear 10,000 basic definitions of types of anger then this books perfect for you

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Obvious info

I expected too much from this book. The reader was annoying with the whisp every other word made it difficult to focus. I wouldn't recommend.

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Waste of time

The information was obvious and not helpful. I wish I could get my time back.

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No Real Solutions

Basically the book tells you not to get angry, which is obvious. There are no solutions or examples of how to respond to certain examples. No case studies or anything to work with. It's all obvious. I already know I do harm when I get angry which is why I downloaded the book. I needed more.

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it is very helpful

it's very educative, and I love it . it is very encouraging to every parent to listen to it

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  • Alpar Agoston
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Disappointingly plain

I was expecting a factual book backed by science and/or research. Instead, I got a lot of general folk-lore. There ar e no examples for the statements mentioned in the book. As a matter of fact, none of the ideas presented in the book are detailed beyond a single sentence so you are nudged to draw your own interpretation and conclusions. This is an opinion piece of the author in the form of a monologue.

Narrator loves to accentuate the 's' sound which is not uncommon however this recording also features an annoying echo and the combination of both equals ear trauma.