Control your Anger Child Divorce emotions. It may not be easy, but the key to co-parenting is focusing only on your children. Your own emotions (anger, resentment, or hurt) take second place to the needs of your children.
The hardest part of learning how to work in cooperation with your ex-partner is dealing with these strong feelings. However, this part of the co-parenting is vital. Only your children's hapiness and future is what matters. Three tips to set hurt and anger aside:
Hurt and anger don't have to dictate your behavior. Your motivation to work together with the other parent should be the driver not the feelings. To control your anger childe divorce emotions, you could:
Your resentment and bitterness about the separation may never really go away. However, you can compartmentalize these feelings and remind yourself that these are your issues and not those of your children. Keep all issues with your ex partner away from the children. To control your anger child divorce emotions, you could follow these tips:
It may seem that there’s nothing you can do about your stress level, especially if you’re dealing with a painful divorce or the difficulties of being single again. But you have more control than you think. Find stress relief techniques and train yourself. (see articles on stress management).
Read this book about anger management and you will be able to teach your angry child to control it‘s anger: Child Anger Management for Parents.