Help For Angry Moms

Posted on September 9, 2009 
Filed Under Focus on the Family Broadcast, Parenting, Social Concern, Spiritual Life

Sorry, Dad, we know YOU get angry with your children sometimes. This conversation, though, is especially for Mom. She’ll hear from someone who has struggled with angry eruptions, who has lost her temper and said things she didn’t mean to say, who has felt the guilt and shame of uncontrolled outbursts, who has learned how to say “I’m sorry” to her child. Guys can listen in, of course, but this one is for Mom.


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