Episode 116 | When Kids Scream and Throw Tantrums

Do your children scream at the top of their lungs when they aren’t getting their way? Have tantrums over every little thing become the norm in your home? Join Katy and me for another edition of “Ask Ginger” (also known as “Q & A Day”) as we discuss some practical ways we can look past our own frustration or embarrassment so we can train, instruct, and discipline our children when they're having a complete meltdown.

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Episode 116 | When Kids Scream and Throw Tantrums: There’s a huge temptation to allow anger to fill our hearts when our children are throwing a tantrum, but when we set aside ourselves and stop stewing over how their behavior is affecting us, our hearts will fill with compassion. When we look past ourselves we’ll see a child who is struggling with unbridled emotions that desperately needs the rescuing help of Jesus. Whether kids are screaming, hitting, kicking, or throwing an hour-long tantrum in angry defiance to parental authority, they are reacting to the sin in their hearts. So let’s take them to the cross where they will find the atoning grace of our Savior and Lord, Jesus Christ.

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