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Teach your child anger management skills that will grow with him.
Teach your child about peaceful ways to express her anger.
Michele Borba, EdD, an internationally renowned educator and award-winning author, is recognized for her practical, solution-based parenting strategies to strengthen child's behavior, self-esteem, and moral development. Recently, she appeared on Parents.com Community boards to offer insight on how to help your children handle mean kids. Here is her advice.
Award-winning author, Michele Borba, EdD, recently appeared as a guest on Parents.com Community boards to offer practical advice on children's behavior and violence prevention. This sought-after, motivational speaker has presented workshops to more than one million participants throughout North American, Europe, Asia, and the South Pacific, and has served as an educational consultant to hundreds of schools. She currently serves on Parents magazine's advisory board. The following is her advice on how to help children handle anger.
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"Some of us just got a weird one," she says.
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