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How to really love your angry child / Ross Campbell, with Rob Suggs.

By: Campbell, Ross, 1936-.
Contributor(s): Suggs, Rob.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Colorado Springs, Colo. : Life Journey, c2003Description: 187 pages ; 22 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0781439140(pbk); 9780781439145(pbk).Subject(s): Child rearing -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | Anger in children -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | Anger in childrenDDC classification: Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
Anger comes home -- An atmosphere of anger -- A house on fire -- Love without limits -- Anger unmasked -- Passive, yet aggressive -- The lower rungs of the ladder -- Starting with the face in the mirror -- Basic training -- 75/25 : how children face authority -- Special children, special problems.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

Few things in life are as important as raising our children. But sometimes, even
when you do your best, you find that you need help addressing your child's anger--and,
as a result, your own anger. If this is your situation--there is real cause for
hope! In this breakthrough book, Dr. D. Ross Campbell helps both you and your
child deal with this little understood emotion. You'll learn the stages of a child's
life and how anger manifests itself at each juncture. And you'll learn the practical
steps to take when you face it in your home.

Anger comes home -- An atmosphere of anger -- A house on fire -- Love without limits -- Anger unmasked -- Passive, yet aggressive -- The lower rungs of the ladder -- Starting with the face in the mirror -- Basic training -- 75/25 : how children face authority -- Special children, special problems.

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