So your spouse says something that’s critical or maybe they do something that was selfish. You have two options. Option #1 - respond with anger, ignore them, judge or criticize. Option #2 - respond with love, grace, empathy and understanding. Option #1 causes distrust and more distance. Option #2 will create a marriage that is safe, secure and long lasting. But option #2 requires a lot of self awareness and self control. So what will you decide?
I don't want to pretend that because I am a writer I possess a deep understanding of our human behavior. Writing is just a skill anyone can learn and become good at. I wrote this because I want to understand what is happening. I want to know every sides viewpoint what is causing their pain the burden they carry the anger they feel. The news has weighed heavy on my thoughts. I can't pretend to know any of this pain. For whatever struggles I have endured personally my lot in life is an easy…
Because I'll wake up next to someone else. Someone who deserves me. Someone who doesn't take me for granted. Someone who listens when I talk.
As a mom, it’s hard to see my children, my boys, struggling with anger. Parenting and learning how to deal with an angry child is not what any of us planned for. But, there is good news – there are ways to manage anger, sensory hacks, and coping skills. This article is a really good and easy place to start with the two common causes of angry behaviors in children: sugar sensitivity and worries. This helps with both! #angrychild #intensechild www.themidlifemamas.com