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Tips For Managing Your Anger

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It can be extremely frustrating for you to have problems controlling your temper. You know that it can be scary for those around you but you just can’t keep your emotions from rising and causing you to do things that you will regret. Here are some tips for managing your anger so that it doesn’t get the better of you. 1. Wait When you feel angry, put as much time as you can between the emotion and the actions that stem directly from that emotion.…

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How Counseling Can Help A Child With Oppositional Defiant Disorder Cope

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If your child has oppositional defiant disorder (ODD), then you need to find the right resources to support him or her. Oppositional defiant disorder is condition that causes a child to display a continuous pattern of defiant, hostile, annoying and uncooperative behavior towards people in charge. This condition can disrupt your family, home life, school performance and other relationships. Here  is how counseling can help your child with ODD. Get Support From A Child Therapist…

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Helping Your Child Handle the Loss of a Loved One

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When a member of your family passes away suddenly, the shock and sadness you feel can be overwhelming. And when you have young, elementary-school-age children, you may not know how to handle the situation to make it easier and more manageable for them. All you do know is that you want to make the loss of their loved one from being needlessly painful and confusing. Get to know a few things that you can do to help your child handle the loss of a loved one.…

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