When you’re feeling guilty after yelling at your child, here’s some tips to help you let go of the guilt and shame.
It’s “normal” to feel bad after you’ve yelled or lost your patience with your child. That’s because you have a conscience and want to do right by your kids.
But it’s also normal to lose patience and yell sometimes–because you’re human!
Check out this video to learn some steps you can take to ease the guilt or shame you feel after you’ve yelled, and use the situation to teach your child essential life skills.
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