Getting to know anger

McGlauflin, Helene
March 1996
Mothering;Spring96, Issue 78, p78
Discusses how to deal with anger and understand how it affects the family. Parents' awareness of reality of anger in everyday life; Assertion of aggression when a person is angry; Difficulty of hearing another person's anger; Adjustments to consequences after initial outburst of anger.


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