Anger Issues, Yours and Theirs
We are glad you came to this section.
You must be serious about parenting.
Since everyone teaches it's never a good idea, while angry, to discipline your child , here you can learn to calm yourself. Learning this will be the most important step you take in your parenting role.
1. For suggestions on calming yourself and helping your child calm down, go to:
2.However, if you suspect your anger is a bit more severe than the ordinary parents'
please go to:
U S Pediatricians' Attitudes, Beliefs, and Perceived Professional Injunctive Norms about Spanking
This study shows that most U.S. pediatricians are aware of this evidence and do not support hitting children for discipline.
Georgia Principal "PADDLES" 5-Year-Old
Last year a video of a five-year-old boy being paddled by Georgia school administrators went viral, renewing the debate about corporal punishment.
Avoid the dangers of physical punishment.
Dr Joan Durrant teaches parents the pitfalls of using hitting to teach children. She is warm and speaks like an experienced mother.
UNC study links spanking & physical abuse
Adam J. Zolotor, M.D., assistant professor in the department of family medicine in the UNC School of Medicine, speaks about his study that shows a link between spanking and physical abuse.
Positive Discipline: Interview with Dr.Joan E. Durrant Part1
Positive discipline:What is it and how to do it. This new publication provides concrete answers...
How to Discipline a Child - Dr. Nelsen TV Interview - Positive Discipline is not Permissive
Dr. Jane Nelsen is interviewed on TV to discuss the difference between discipline and punishment. Positive Discipline teaches parents how to focus on solutions.