Newsletter #15 for Internationally Adopting Parents
April 30, 2006
PAL Center Inc.

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Parenting an Angry Child

Today's issue - all the new articles from our contributing writers, professional therapists and adoptive parents - is entirely devoted to a difficult task of parenting an angry, traumatized child. Discover how other families evaluate and control the situation, listen to the child and look for the response.

Kelly Nault
Parenting an Angry Kid: The Secret to Getting the Respect You Deserve
The parenting key to solving conflict with an angry kid is to understand what they really want and give it to them. And what an angry child really wants may surprise you. Read on to discover how you can start getting the respect you deserve even from an angry kid.

Gary Direnfeld, MSW, RSW
How Do You Rate Your Separation
How your separation is rated relates to your children's well-being... Here's how to rate it.

Gary Direnfeld, MSW, RSW
Effects of Exposure to Domestic Violence From Childhood to Adult Life
Exposure to domestic violence reaches from childhood to adulthood. Here's how...

Victoria Loveland-Coen
Give This Mom a Hand!
A new mom's first Mother's Day is special. So what does she want? HELP! Oh, she won't ask you, but she's inwardly crying for a little support just the same. This article will give you 19 simple ideas about how you can give her a hand.

Gary Direnfeld, MSW, RSW
Assessing Change
Don't quit yet! Things may have changed even though you may not realize. Here's how to tell....


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