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Love and Anger: The Parental Dilemma [PDF] ✓ Love and Anger: The Parental Dilemma By Nancy Samalin – Thomashillier.co.uk Winner of Child Magazine s Best Parenting Boo of An honest look at how children can drive the most loving parent to periodic madness, along with practical suggestions for how to cope Adele Faber Winner of Child Magazine s Best Parenting Anger: The PDF/EPUB ½ Boo ofAn honest look at how children can drive the most loving parent to periodic madness, along with practical suggestions for how to cope Adele Faber.


About the Author: Nancy Samalin

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10 thoughts on “Love and Anger: The Parental Dilemma

  1. Stephanie Stephanie says:

    This was a truly wonderful book I found it to be the first I ve read on the actual raw emotion we feel as parents It goes into how we feel, what triggers it, and some strategies toeffectively manage it for the future I like the fact that the author isn t saying the emotion will go away but that you can handle it better That anger is actually a normal part of the parenting process and not something we should cower from I found it to be helpful and riveting at the same time.


  2. Claire Claire says:

    Let s see, Morgan was born in 1991, someone gave me this book in 1993 when she was two and she s a fab young woman today Looks like this one worked It has great advice logic funny stories for moms of high spirited toddlers Will put worried moms at ease that their child is actually NOT the only toddler who picked up on a curse word used it loudly in a public place Let s see, Morgan was born in 1991, someone gave me this book in 1993 when she was two and she s a fab young woman today Looks like this one worked It has great advice logic funny stories for moms of high spirited toddlers Will put worried moms at ease that their child is actually NOT the only toddler who picked up on a curse word used it loudly in a public place


  3. Sarah Sarah says:

    This book should be sub titled Parents Behaving Badly A quick and sometimes humorous read I definitely identified with a lot of situations described It is sort of a summary of How to Talk so not very innovative but I like her general tip on anger such as step away from the situation and also, her urging for parents to not be too hard on themselves I m glad I read it.


  4. Christin Christin says:

    I sometimes struggle with getting through parenting books, but I read through this one rather quickly I don t know if I learned anything huge, but it was full of good reminders, anecdotes I could relate to, reassurance, encouragement and tools I recommend it.


  5. Holly Holly says:

    Makes you feel better, that you aren t insane and not the only parents with outbursts I like the real life examples, I just wish it wentin depth with the 10 suggestions on helping yourself with adult temper tantrums.


  6. Val Val says:

    This is my second Samalin book and I find that her commentary on parenting and her suggestions really speak to me and help me feel like I am not the only parent out there that on occasion finds their children frustrating.


  7. Tara Tara says:

    It did make me feel better to read the anecdotal stories However, the 8 points for avoiding an angry outburst were not very enlightening In fact, if I had stopped to analyze my behavior I should have been able to recognize them for myself.


  8. Jeannie-marie Jeannie-marie says:

    I liked it it provided good support and encouragement Not a cure but a way to look at arguments differently.


  9. Tgar Tgar says:

    Didn t care for the language


  10. Raygan Raygan says:

    found it very helpful


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