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Monday, October 1, 2012
Every parents and person for that matter has been in a bad mood before and let their negative emotions get the best of them. However, when you are a parent limiting this type of negative behavior when in front of your children is something you should strive for. A recent post from one of my favorite parent operated blogs, Dad Blunders, took on just this topic. Saying certain things to your children out of frustration can cause them to also feel negative about them self and you. In reality your child might be causing you frustration at that moment you say something to them, but many things have caused your negative emotions to boil throughout the day. Refrain from taking out negative emotions on your child and try assessing the situation and thinking about how your child would feel if you acted a certain way towards them.
Read the original piece here: Negative Emotions and Parenting