When my kids are angry...

@ifa225 (11098)
Indonesia
February 26, 2013 7:55pm CST
I can not resist to not angry too It is hard for me to calm down and patience when they're speaking outloud to me I try to lower my voice and push it but to see their reaction I just blow up aahh.. I guess I need to practice more to calm my anger :(
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@saphrina (31740)
• South Africa
27 Feb 13
Hi sweetie. No matter how angry you get at people, just smile in their face and walk away. Teach your children that. You have no idea how angry that can make them. Don't let people test you, you are better than that. Now smile and sing ring a ring a rosie.
@ifa225 (11098)
• Indonesia
27 Feb 13
Hi Saphy, uh, your idea sound soooo cool ya know... I guess I can't walk away since I can walk surround our only two rooms but maybe I can practice that song
@thesids (22453)
• Bhubaneswar, India
27 Feb 13
#saphrina They taught me - Jingle Bell Jingle Bell - at school... sounds better?
@saphrina (31740)
• South Africa
28 Feb 13
@ifa. Here sweetie. Start practising. "Ring-a-ring o' roses, A pocket full of posies, A-tishoo! A-tishoo! We all fall down. The cows are in the meadow Eating buttercups, A-tishoo! A-tishoo! We all jump up."
@thesids (22453)
• Bhubaneswar, India
27 Feb 13
Hi ifa Just ignore the moments when your kids try and make you angry. That is the easiest way to avoid getting angry. if they are loud and yelling, dont listen to all those, but let them keep on telling whatever they tell. Later, you can tell them to be more polite in a different tone and they would understand. I know that is quite difficult but trust me, once you master this - you would be better off. And also, after the yelling, shouting is over, why not go and have a glass of water! It works too for many
@saphrina (31740)
• South Africa
27 Feb 13
Hey you.
@ifa225 (11098)
• Indonesia
27 Feb 13
Hi Sid I know I can lean on your idea You always good When I hear their words, my ears just getting red and red I can't stand to not reply it with the same tone but I will keep on my mind your advice hope I can make it
@salonga (28061)
• Philippines
27 Feb 13
Anger can be expressed without necessarily making trouble. If your kids are angry, then you have the right to discipline them. You need not shout, just talk to them and tell them it is not right to shout and create trouble. If they don't follow then you can always use the rod. Spanking the child when they disobey is the best way to show them that you as a parent has the authority to discipline them. You can always do the spanking. Don't do it because you are angry with them but rather you spank them because you want them to be molded into good kids God want them to be.
@ifa225 (11098)
• Indonesia
27 Feb 13
Hi Salonga, it is hard to not angry too I often spank them because I am angry, not because I want to discipline them In a fun time, I often told the to be good because God loves a human who do good but in rage time, they just forget it
• United States
27 Feb 13
That will be something you can work on for sure. It will not happen over night but it can be better. I know I raised my voice a lot when I was pissed off. Now I know I just let things go for the most part. I wish you luck working on this. take care.
@ifa225 (11098)
• Indonesia
27 Feb 13
Hi there, I try to let go but I don't know why I just can't and I had try to shut my mouth too to avoid my voice raised I was shaking and my tears just came down
@indahfth (11173)
• Indonesia
17 Mar 13
My son was never angry with me. I am often angry with my son. It is very difficult to restrain our anger. Especially, in the face of our child's misbehavior. I think this is a reasonable thing happens, to all mothers.