Anger is one of the most prominent emotions in the range of emotions. We all get angry, with different levels of intensity and frequency. Anger has a positive aspect, it can be liberating and motivate action, change and deeds. But it also has a negative aspect; it can cause judgmental thinking and emotional damage, and even physical injury to the person who feels the anger and the people around them. Usually, anger is a mask for another emotion that hides behind it. If we can recognize it, we can deal with the difficulty directly and in so doing reduce the intensity of the anger.
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As parents, we want to protect our children from the painful realities of the pandemic. We cannot control these unfortunate circumstances, but we can control the examples we set for our children regarding stress and conflict management. It is all the more imperative that we do everything within our power to ensure that their most fundamental needs are fully met during these immensely turbulent times. Below, you will find a few useful parenting tips we wrote, customized to this period in time. Check it out:
In age-appropriate ways, we encourage you to speak to your children directly about the pandemic, while taking into consideration the following: Don’t volunteer too much information, but try to address their questions & concerns honestly. Offer them reassurance and share what you are doing as a family to stay safe.