If you want to know why you often explode so quickly and snap over trivial things for no reason, or how to get your kids listen without yelling, this is THE book. You will learn how to mitigate invisible/visible triggers effectively, quick release actions based on ancient wisdom, create happy emotions, build healthy relation footing with your kids.
Diffusing Anger: Anger Management for Parents:
Mitigate Triggers and Take 3-Step Quick-Release Action
to Raise Happy, Confident Children
Manage your anger and have a happier, more peaceful relationship with your kids and others. If you want to know how, read on…
Even if you’re usually even-tempered and sweet-natured, there are times when your kids know exactly how to push your buttons. You lose your temper, yell at them, and then feel guilty because they’re just kids, after all.
Or even worse, you fly into an uncontrollable rage and go from 0 to 1000 degrees Fahrenheit in a nanosecond and then feel embarrassed because you know you completely overreacted.
So do you want to know how to:
- stop lashing out at your kids without warning and get your kids to listen without you yelling?
- vent your intense emotions peacefully, create strong relationships with your kids, and stop making them afraid of you because you fly off the handle?
- break vicious cycles of anger built up over generations and avoid raising kids with the same anger issues as you?
If you answered yes to any of the above questions, you’re not alone.
Many parents suffer from anger issues.
The trick is to understand where your anger comes from so that you can control it before it controls you.
In this guide, here is just a fraction of what you will discover:
- Why do you, as a parent, often explode so quickly or snap over something trivial for no reason?
- The 3-step quick-release action that Taoists have used for 2000 years to get you past explosive anger when the blood rushes to your head.
- How you can stop being a hurricane mom so that you don’t cause long-term psychological damage to your kids and affect their personalities.
- Common triggers that short-fused parents face – such as kids’ not following your expectations, sibling rivalries, and kids’ throwing tantrums – and how to mitigate each effectively.
- Why anger is always a secondary emotion…and the visible triggers that are sparked by invisible ones that make you even angrier (and how to treat the underlying causes).
- What the “father of neurogastroenterology,” Dr. Michael D. Gershon, a decorated professor at Columbia University, says about how to significantly boost your happy state of mind by taking care of your second brain – why it’s much more than a gut feeling.
- 5 safe, non-toxic adaptogenic herbs, along with simple diet tips to help your body combat stress and find balance – stop feeding your anger!
- Build strong relationships with your kids by understanding the characteristics of different stages of child development (especially the often dreaded teen years) and sharing your own happiness.
- How to encourage your kids to own their feelings and not suppress their emotions, and teach them self-regulation over “tantrum storms.”
And much much more!
Whether your anger is sparked by your childhood trauma or your kids not listening to you, you can overcome it by changing how you think and react to triggers.
It’s not even that hard – all it takes is the will to be calmer and to practice mindfulness.
It’s all up to you – you can stay the way you are and have unhappy relationships for the rest of your life, or you can use this guide to set you on the path to a happier and more peaceful life for you as well as for those around you.
If you want to stop flying into a rage and get on a healthy relationship footing with your kids, click the “Buy Now” button right now.
“Diffusing Anger” is a must-read for any parent seeking a positive change in their family dynamics. I was bad at controlling my anger when I with my parent and child. But I don’t want to be a bad example to my kid. This book was guide me how to build a good relationship with my kid. Exactly what I need. – Amazon Review
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Woodley’s exploration of anger is both empathetic and insightful, delving deep into its roots and intricacies. By addressing not just the symptom but the cause, “Diffusing Anger” equips parents with a holistic understanding of their emotional triggers and offers practical tools to mitigate them, to include a 3-step quick release action plan that anyone can do from anywhere. Great read! – Amazon Review
About the Author
Sasha Woodley, an advocate for education and innovation, holds a bachelor’s degree, M.S.I.E, and is the author of Diffusing Anger.
Sasha knew when she was younger that learning was her biggest passion. This was only reinforced when she gained her bachelor’s degree in Education and masters in Operation Research. Her education led her to a business analytics, data science, and business management career.
Those industries are known for their high-pressure environment and increased stress levels. And Sasha is the first to admit that her patience and anger were certainly tested each time she published her work in top academic journals and worked on her enormous inventions.
It wasn’t an easy road. However, Sasha constantly reminded herself of her dad’s wise words that as long as she did her best, that was good enough.
But none of the challenges in Sasha’s career could have prepared her for the emotional rollercoaster of parenthood. Parents face the whole spectrum of emotions, and Sasha struggled with a particular one: anger. And then she didn’t feel like she was doing her best!
That’s why she dedicated a large part of the last ten years to better understanding the complexities of anger, its psychological and physiological impacts, and how to manage tempers and triggers.
Thanks to her experience as a mom of two wonderful girls, Sasha has put her learning into first-hand practice and become a calmer parent with children who are also far more capable of diffusing their anger. Now, her passion has turned to sharing her knowledge with other parents worried about their anger’s impact on the family.