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Publisher's Summary

Do you believe your struggle with anger stems from the wrong behavior you see displayed in your children? The knee-jerk reactions and blowups you're facing are often a result of a bigger set of "triggers". Some of these are external, like a child's disobedience, back talk, or selective hearing, while others are internal, like an overflowing schedule, sleep deprivation, or perhaps your own painful experiences from childhood. Triggers: Exchanging Parent's Angry Reactions for Gentle Biblical Responses examines common parenting issues that cause us to explode inappropriately at our children. Moving beyond simple parenting tips on how to change your child's behavior, authors Amber Lia and Wendy Speake offer biblical insight and practical tools to equip and encourage you on the journey away from anger-filled reactions toward gentle biblical responses.
©2017 eChristian (P)2017 eChristian
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By B. Nelms on 10-09-17

Excellent advice

I listened twice and will listen again. I’ve taken things away both times and it’s worked!

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By Julia on 07-27-17

Uncommon common sense

This book gives gentle, sensible responses to real situations and specifically includes Autism and other issues we parents deal with. A great set of answers to the harsh opinions we hear in our heads.

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