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10 Tips to Help Kids Manage Anger, Be Calmer and Learn Self-Regulation

10 Tips to Help Kids Manage Anger, Be Calmer and Learn Self-Regulation

Michele Borba December 15, 2017 5

EMPATHY HABIT 5: Managing Strong Emotions and Mastering Self-Regulation (UnSelfie: Why Empathetic Kids Succeed in Our All-About-Me-World See Chapter 5) REALITY CHECK: Does your child have difficulty controlling his anger? Does he resort to using

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Seven Secrets for Calming Tempers

Seven Secrets for Calming Tempers

Michele Borba February 7, 2016 0

Sure, it’s great to be a parent, but it’s also one of the most stressful, exhausting roles on the planet. The fact is, meltdowns are inevitable in any home, and even more so these

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7 Steps to a Calmer, Less-Yelling Family

7 Steps to a Calmer, Less-Yelling Family

Michele Borba November 26, 2013 1

Let’s face it, these last few days have been a stressful roller coaster ride as we watch the economy tumble and job market become scarcer.  My email box has been flooded with notes from concerned

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Anger Management for Kids

Anger Management for Kids

Michele Borba January 7, 2013 0

Parenting advice if your child has anger issues or bullies due to inability to handle impulses. Tips to help  kids find healthier ways to control intense feelings, aggression and inappropriate outbursts Loses control Fights

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7 Stress Busters for Kids

Michele Borba January 21, 2012 3

7 simple ways to ease our children’s stress It’s no secret that kids today are more stressed than ever. At school, on the ball field and even at home, they face a tremendous amount

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Kid’s Anger Danger Quiz: Part I

Michele Borba December 6, 2010 0

Have a child/teen with anger issues?  Part I of a two part series on parenting advice to help kids find healthy ways to control intense feelings in a stressed-out world. Hint: Tips work for

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Michele Borba: How to Be a Calmer, Yell-Free Family — Are You Ready to Take the Challenge?

Michele Borba July 30, 2009 0

Michele Borba REALITY CHECK: Murray A. Straus,[i] the Family Research Lab at the University of New Hampshire, found that half of parents surveyed had screamed, yelled, or shouted at their infants. By the time

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