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Anger - Emotional Intelligence for children (Self-esteem boost Book 1) [Kindle Edition]

Chaim Gold , Lou G. , Loudendorf Polito
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Book Description

Warning! If you do not mind your child's anger - Do not buy the book ! ! !
This book is only meant for parents who want to teach their child how to handle anger ! ! !
A free audio of this book inside.
Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else; you are the one who gets burned. - Buddha
It is wise to direct your anger towards problems — not people; to focus your energies on answers — not excuses. - William Arthur Ward
Astory for kids ages 6-9.
How many times have we encountered in our children when they are angry and we are helpless?! In The supermarket, for example, when they want a candy and it's not suitable for us ...
How do we explain to our children that this is not the way to behave?
How to teach them how to act with anger?!
This book will teach our children how to recognize the emotion of anger and how to deal with it better!
You should read this book rather relaxed time - before bed so that the chances that the next time the child is angry, you can help him understand his feelings and act in a constructive manner.


Product Details

  • File Size: 3679 KB
  • Print Length: 31 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Educational Knowledge Resources - Chaim Gold; Second edition edition (August 3, 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00EBT17IK
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #491,817 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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5.0 out of 5 stars "To Overcome Anger"........... August 23, 2013
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I like the Warning: at the top of the premise that author gives, just look above it's funny for adults..Yet, this is one of the best stories that I have come across to help teach your child to control anger issues....That if parents don't start at a young age can lead to all types of trouble and even "bullying" in the future...You almost get to see a type of example in this tale...In fact, at the end of this book the author has an entire "emotional series" listed for parents if they are having problems..They teach your child "coping mechanisms" with all separate emotions they will start to experience through each developmental stage....

Andy is good boy so far, but when he doesn't get his way his temper acts up...He becomes so angry, red in the face and stomps off to his room..(Sound familiar)..It overcomes him so he isn't even listening to the real reason or anything is Mom says..He demands to watch a TV program, "The Crocodile's Lair", which is intended for a mature audience and Mom feels it's too violent..She uses the method of sitting for a minute, deep breathing and counting to 1-10..He is already in his bedroom throwing and kicking things around..Eventually, from exhaustion he will fall asleep and have a very strange dream with coming face to face with that dangerous "Crocrodile"...You will have to read and find out the secret..

This will engage and hold your child's attention just looking at the mean "Crocodile"..Will Mom be there to save the day..
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1.0 out of 5 stars too simplistic October 25, 2013
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I was hoping that this book would give better strategies for a child, counting to ten. Really just not helpful in school situations or even in blended families. Children are angry for reasons which they often don't understand. It is very important for the child's well being to get professional help to get to the root of the problem. This story in many ways blames the child. The angry child often carries guilt, they don't need to feel more guilty.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Stop being Angry! August 13, 2013
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I never regret that I bought this book it will teach my child on how to stop angry outbursts. I learned of teaching your children simple coping technique like counting to ten. Also, encourage your children to verbally express their anger to you in a calm way. If allowed to give verbal expression to their anger, kids will be less likely to give physical expression to their anger. And of course, you must be careful not to allow your child to cross the boundary into disrespect. Verbal expressions are allowed but verbal assaults are off-limits. I appreciate this book much by telling us the importance of emotional intelligence for children and to develop high self-esteem to control emotions of anger.
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5.0 out of 5 stars This book is excellent August 13, 2013
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by teaching our children control their emotions on anger. Anger is a human emotion that we all feel sometimes. But learning ways to calm yourself down when you're angry is very important and helpful. The book teaches a child techniques like taking three long, slow, deep breaths, and counting to ten slowly before doing anything else. My children said that they don't want to be look like a crocodile once they get angry. This is building self-esteem and emotional intelligence.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Good !!! August 11, 2013
By Efi
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When my child got anger, I teach her three techniques like counting to ten or removing herself from a situation to be alone. Practice these with your child in role-play situations, and try developing some reminder signals when you see your child's anger has been triggered. Andy in the story applied the counsels from her mother and that's a good example of a child's learning. Chaim Gold (author) did a good job from his inspirational writings about emotional intelligence and self confidence.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing book August 11, 2013
By yael
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I never regret that I bought this book it will teach my child on how to stop angry outbursts. I learned of teaching your children simple coping technique like counting to ten. Also, encourage your children to verbally express their anger to you in a calm way. If allowed to give verbal expression to their anger, kids will be less likely to give physical expression to their anger. And of course, you must be careful not to allow your child to cross the boundary into disrespect. Verbal expressions are allowed but verbal assaults are off-limits. I appreciate this book much by telling us the importance of emotional intelligence for children and to develop high self-esteem to control emotions of anger.
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For more than thirty years, I have been involved in education.
During the last twelve years, I have been the principal of a high school for youth with ADHD.
In recent years, in addition to my main job, I am also a member of a committee whose job is to guide young executives who are training for the job of high school principal.
My experience has shown me that there is a huge gap between the world of maturing youth today and their conduct in schools (which are part of the organizational structure of the "Industrial Revolution").
In view of this gap, my team and I have developed a different way of working with students - a way that is more compatible with the "Information Age" and that leads to greater success!
As someone who has been working with adolescent youth who have ADHD for more than ten years, I can testify from my personal experience to the well-known fact that these special children typically have a high level of Emotional Intelligence. And it is clear that in the modern era, when every type of information is readily available to everyone, the role of the teachers has changed, and they must take this realm of Emotional Intelligence into account in their work.
This set of books, on Emotions, is part one of a four-part series in which we expose and help to mold our children's personalities. These books will help teach them the tools that they will need as they grow to maturity in the "Information Age."



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