How to Stop Feeling Annoyed at Your Kids
Published April 29, 2019
20 min
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    Every parent has their limit. How do you handle yours? It's a given that you'll feel annoyed at your child at some point. But the way you react when you're annoyed can have long-lasting effects on your children—and not always for the better. In this episode, Carol and Anne share useful ways to deal with your annoyance without shaming your child. Their insight will help you manage annoyance, from everyday bothers to deeper triggers you need to heal. This week’s Parenting Practice The next time you feel annoyed, ask yourself: What do I need to take care of? Am I hungry? Am I tired? Am I not taking care of myself? Do I need a break? What's the immediate solution right now? Do I need to set a boundary? If you notice that deeper issues keep coming up, visit The Carol Tuttle Healing Center and start healing your unresolved emotional patterns, so you can really show up for your kids.  Learn more from Carol each week! Visit and receive Carol and Anne's weekly Parenting Practice right to your inbox.
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