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Tuesday, September 23, 2008

"What Angry Kids Need"-Anger Menu-Anger Management-Problem Solving and More

This Sunday on the MamasTimeOut© show, I had the opportunity to speak with, Pam Hopkins, MSW, children's specialist and co-author of "What Angry Kids Need". Pam shared several ideas and tips discussed in her new book, including the "Anger Menu", using anger management to help teach your child to control behavior and starting out by teaching non-verbal children using emotion words to empathize with them and help them learn words to help them express them self. As discussed in my recent book review, "What Angry Kids Need", offers parents, care givers and educators role-playing examples that can help you to mediate and help your child problem solve, use conflict management and develop limits which are non-negotiable.

While the show went really well, we were unfortunately cut off towards the end due to technical difficulties at BTR and we were unable to finish the show. I was unable to share the resource sites I normally share related to our topic and I could not announce our September Contest winner of the Dinosaur Live Experience family 4-pack tickets. Please watch for a post announcing our winner soon as well! If you are not the September winner, don't worry as I have another set to giveaway for the month of October!! So make sure you are subscribed to this blog via email to keep up to date and follow the contest rules to get extra entries to win. Members or new members to the MamasTimeOut© social network may also get entered to win by sending the most new registered referrals to the network site.

To learn more about Pam Hopkins and co-author, Jennifer Brown, MSW, please visit Parenting Press.
 
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Recommended Sites:

  • http://www.angriesout.com/  The Anger Challenge is to learn ways to deal with your mads constructively! What a challenge! To learn about yourself and the person you are upset with rather than blowing up. To do many creative things with your anger rather than hurting others or yourself. Take up The Anger Challenge and feel better about yourself and be happier in your relationships. Make choices to let go of those ugly mads and angries.
    http://www.connectwithkids.com/tipsheet/2007/354_oct10/thisweek/071010_anger.shtml Founded in 1998, CWK Network, Inc. produces the Emmy® award-winning Connect with Kids television series – 10 programs each year, targeted to parents about the issues kids face everyday. These inspiring half-hour specials feature real kids sharing their true stories, broadcast on 60 television stations throughout the country — ABC, NBC, CBS and FOX affiliates – reaching 65 percent of U.S. households. Stations air the Connect with Kids programs in quality timeslots, which the programs often win in audience viewership.
    http://www.docspeak.com/Download/Resolving.htm This is a free 17-page ebook authored by Dr. James Sutton. It is part of a larger "work in progress". In this ebook (in PDF format), Dr. Sutton outlines a ten-step process for handling conflict more effectively with a son, daughter or student.
    http://www.micheleborba.com/Pages/PRbmi01.htm Michele Borba, Ed.D., is an internationally renowned educator and award-winning author who is recognized for her practical, solution-based strategies to strengthen child’s behavior, self-esteem, character, and social development, and to build strong families. http://micheleborba.com/realitycheck/ visit her blog for current parent tips and news

    http://www.stanfield.com/conflict.html We offer the most respected library of educational materials available today in the areas of conflict management for the general school population and for students with cognitive challenges. The quality and excellence of our programs reflect the best possible educational research and experience available today.

    Disclaimer: All sights are suggested resources and should be used for educational or entertainment purposes, for expert advice related to your situation please consult an expert in the field discussed. All content on these sites are not owned by Little Bytes News and are out of our control.

 
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