Practical Tips for Helping Kids Manage Anger

Everyday Prayers with Million Praying Moms

30-05-2023 • 33分

We have spent this entire season talking about anger, both in our children and in ourselves. We had a crash course in what anger is from a science or biology standpoint, talked about the cycle of anger, learned what anger is from a biblical standpoint, and even touched on the power of learning to control our thoughts so we can help our children do the same (go back and listen to the season if you haven't already). It's been a robust season from a content perspective, and if the amount of struggle I had putting this season together is any indication, God is moving in people's least I pray so.

Today though, I want to leave everyone with a lot of practical application for helping their children learn to manage anger in a positive way, so I invited counselor Michelle Neitert to join us. She is adding her professional experience to the conversation, and offers several incredibly practical tips for parents and caregivers.

Tune in now to glean from her wisdom. You won't want to miss this show!

Today's show is brought to you by our newest Prayer Guide, Praying God's Word for Your Angry Child, by Tricia Goyer.

Praying for your angry child is essential because it is a way to invite God into your child’s life. As parents, we want the best for our children. We can read books, attend therapy sessions, and try different techniques. Ultimately, we are still determining what we can do. However, when we pray for our children, we ask God to intervene. We acknowledge that we cannot fix everything independently and surrender our children to God’s care

Praying for your angry child doesn’t have to be complicated or time-consuming, it just has to be done.


This month's prayer guide: Praying God's Word for Your Angry Child

A Summer of Prayers

Today's Show Notes

Counseling Referrals

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