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How to Help Your Angry Child, Part 2

Kids don't have the same coping mechanism as adults, so parents need to help them learn those tools.

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Kids don’t have the same coping mechanism as adults, so parents need to help them learn those tools. Danny and John explore the root causes of what can make kids angry and provide some great ways for parents to help kids calm themselves down when they start getting out of control.
Featuring Tricia Goyer.

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