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Dear Anger Podcast //

Keeping Cool Around “Ingratitude”

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So much anger comes from unmet expectations, or feeling like things should be different than they are. Our kids “should” be happy with what they have. Our kids “should” show more gratitude for everything we do for them. But maybe our feelings are more closely connected to theirs than we think. Maybe it’s not a lack of gratitude our kids feel, but something else all together. In this episode, Ed and Renee discuss ways we can connect with and understand “ungrateful” kids, and transform the anger we feel over the “shoulds.”

Dear Anger is a podcast for humans of all ages! If yelling, tantrums, fighting, arguing, and silent treatments, not to mention all the stress and anxiety that accompany those things, have a presence in your home, then you're in the right place. Join hosts Ed Crasnick and Renee Jain, the powerhouse team that brought you Dear Anxiety, every week as they share tools, tricks, and tips for transforming anger into a positive catalyst for change.

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