How to Turn Anger into Empathy

Anger is a natural response to our children's misbehavior but often it's not a very helpful response. In this presentation Kathy Slattengren, founder of Priceless Parenting, explains how to use a tool for turning anger into empathy. This is a snippet from her presentation “Anger and Consequences vs. Empathy and Solutions”.

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