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How to Really Love Your Angry Child

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Few things in life are as important as raising our children. But sometimes, even <br>when you do your best, you find that you need help addressing your child's anger--and, <br>as a result, your own anger. If this is your situation--there is real cause for <br>hope! In this breakthrough book, Dr. D. Ross Campbell helps both you and ...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published January 2nd 2004 by David C. Cook
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Joanne
Apr 02, 2008 Joanne rated it really liked it
Recommended to Joanne by: A Speaker at an anger seminar
Shelves: parenting
This is a book that looks at anger (in your child and you) and how to deal with it.

Overall it was helpful in understanding anger (we all have it) and the different forms it comes in. The book has a step ladder that has the worst form of anger "Passive/aggressive" behavior at the bottom and the best form of dealing with anger "Positive seeking resolution" at the top. The premise is you need to use your child's expressions of anger to teach them how to go up the ladder to deal with their anger ap
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Kerin
Jan 31, 2010 Kerin rated it it was amazing
Hands down, one of the most helpful, and insightful books into my relationships with others, and especially my children. Campbell explores common roots of anger, and the various ways it is expressed, encouraging the reader themselves to analyze their own ways of expressing anger, and then be able to recognize different, even subtle, indirect ways it is expressed, and how to handle it, specifically with your children. But again, I would say this book has helped me in many different relationships ...more
Elena
Oct 24, 2010 Elena rated it liked it
Shelves: parenting
Note: I'm not reading this because I'm worried about my toddler's anger. I read another book by this author and it seems to make sense to read this one as well since all of us have to deal with managing our anger both as parents and as children.

This had some good points but was a bit repetitive. I liked his case studies and the view into his mind when dealing with his own children in anger the best. Though I wish he had given an example of expressing anger "verbally and pleasantly". I'm sure I d
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Renee Reynolds
Oct 13, 2008 Renee Reynolds rated it really liked it
One book I will never give away. I will be re-reading this book often. Caveat: The book would be better served with a more generic title (though I know Ross Campbell was keeping it in line with his bestseller "How To Really Love Your Child"). If there is only one book you have time to read while parenting, this is it.
Lizzie
Jun 24, 2010 Lizzie rated it it was amazing
Awesome insight. Every parent must read.
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Dr. Campbell is a former Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics and Psychiatry at the University of Tennessee College of Medicine. He has counseled thousands of parents over three decades of practice. Having retired from active counseling, he focuses today on writing and lecturing on parenting topics for an
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