5 Things to do Before Yelling at your Kids

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As parents, many times our frustrations with our children can bubble over. Maybe your son refuses to do something that you asked him, or your son and daughter continue to argue with one another. Once you hit that boiling point, you might yell as a way to restore order and communicate to your children. While this will certainly get their attention, and could get them to do what you ask, those effects won’t be long term. In fact, it could be potentially damaging if that yelling is a constant form of communication.
Original languageAmerican English
StatePublished - Feb 17 2016


  • Psychology

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