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Controlling your anger as a parent

Anger is a normal human emotion, but if you are a parent it's important to control your anger. Here are some simple strategies.

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Anger & anger management ideas for parents | Raising Children Network

Anger is a natural human emotion. Managing your anger positively is good for children. Anger management techniques and health professionals can help you.

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Supporting your child through Grief and Loss

Both adults and children are likely to experience a range of feelings after the loss of someone special, including sadness, fear, anxiety, confusion, disbelief, guilt and anger.

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Anger - how it affects people - Better Health Channel

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Emotional wellbeing | Novita

At times we all struggle with many different aspects of life, and children and young people are no exception to this

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Respect & respectful relationships: teens | Raising Children Network

Teenagers in romantic, intimate and sexual relationships need to understand what respectful relationships are. You can help by role-modelling and talking.

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Strong families: how they work | Raising Children Network

Strong families have love, security, communication, belonging – and routines to keep the family working well. Find out how to make your family strong.

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Talking about tricky things - Partners to Parents

Talking about painful and negative thoughts can be difficult. Learn how to talk to your partner when you feel sad, angry, or anxious

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Living with the risk - Allergy & Anaphylaxis Australia

You can lead a close to normal life, even if you are at risk of a life-threatening allergic reaction. While many people feel alone, overwhelmed or even angry when they are first diagnosed, remember that help and support is available. Here are some ideas to help point you in the right direction Get up to date information and support by becoming an Allergy & Anaphylaxis Australia member Join online now! Ensure you carry your medication with you at all times. Plan ahead. Al

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Stress, Anxiety & Postnatal Depression | Tresillian

Tips on how to deal with signs of stress and anger and where to go for help if you think you have postnatal depression.

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