Many parents are frustrated with the way their children react towards one another– especially when tempers get heated. Sibling rivalry is very normal throughout childhood. Still, we must teach our children how to express their anger in appropriate ways. Sibling relationships can be a “training ground” for future friendships, business associations and even marriage. So…

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This month we will focus onthe Powerful Word, “AngerManagement.” Anger Management is the third and final concept in our three month curriculum aimed at empathic goal-setting, problem-solving and relationship management. This Powerful Word relies heavily on our previous two powerful words; empathy and self control. We must be able to recognize and consider other people’s…

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“I hate you!” No…your child’s body has not been taken over by aliens.  You do not need to clean out your ears. That’s right.  You heard it correctly. Any person who has ever said that “words will never hurt you” never had their child say “I hate you” to his face. You know.  It has […]

“I hate you!” Six Tips to Help Parents Deal with Their Child’s Angry Words is a post from: Dr. Robyn Silverman – Child Development Specialist, Body Image Expert, Success Coach & the Creator of the Powerful Words Character Development System

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