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Getting angry is normal and understandable. Despite your unimaginable depths of love for your children, it can be very difficult to think about the experiences of losing your temper and becoming very angry with your children. When coming to therapy, we often discuss with families the interactions between themselves and their children; often focusing on the discord, arguments and fights between family members and feeling very lost and resentful. Anger will be something that is discussed with the parents and the child accordingly, examining common areas of life where anger tends to represent itself, and to find healthier ways of communicating and understanding one another. Call today to begin the road to creating a healthier and more flexible space for parenting and discipline.

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