Episode 168 | How to Parent without Provoking Kids to Anger

Does your child seem irritated and resentful towards you and your parenting methods? Are you concerned that something you’re doing, or not doing, might be causing them anger? Join Katy and me as we discuss 7 ways parents can avoid provoking children to anger and encourage emotional stability.

We have a brand new episode of the Parenting with Ginger Hubbard podcast available today. Here’s a little more about what you can expect:

Episode 168 | How to Parent without Provoking Kids to Anger: The way we speak to our children sets an example for how we want them to speak to us. Let’s make it a priority to show our children how loved, valued and treasured they are. Whether it’s spending quality time doing something they enjoy, speaking to them with kindness and respect, encouraging them in their God-given strengths and talents, or just patiently listening to them talk about whatever is on their hearts, may our love for them be a reflection of our Heavenly Father’s. 
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