Being able to effectively communicate with kids can be challenging, especially when anger or frustration sets in. Emotions can make it difficult for us to say what we mean and for others to understand what we are trying to say. The next time you find yourself trying to communicate with someone who is angry, keep these 3 things in mind:
when trying to communicate with an angry kid is to stop and take a break, especially if you are beginning to get angry. When using this approach, be sure to let them know that you don’t want to have an angry conversation and that taking time to calm down is the
best thing for everyone. Before walking away, let them know that you want to speak with them when everyone is calm and the importance of talking through the issue.
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