Effects of yelling at children

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Effects of yelling at children

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Some parents are worried that they’re yelling so much that it could be damaging their child and I want to say that if you ask children, they’ll often tell you the one thing they wish their parents would do less of is yell. A little yelling once in a while is not going to damage your child. And a lot depends on what else you do and all the positive things you’re doing as a parent. But if you find that you’re yelling every day and your yelling is getting more intense, then you do need some help. And the first step is to stop and think about what’s going on for me? Because if you take care of yourself, that will translate into your child being happier and being healthier. So get a handle on your yelling. Find out why you’re yelling. Get support from friend. If you need to, go to a therapist. Try a mindfulness class. Because a yelling parent will be a parent who a child tunes out. And you want to have fun with your kids and enjoy them. You can yell less.

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Rona Renner, RN

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Rona Renner has been a Registered Nurse for 46 years with a wide range of experience in health care. In the last 20 years she has focused her attention on pediatrics, parent education and advocacy, ADHD and learning differences. In 1992, she was trained by Kaiser Permanente Medical Center as a temperament counselor to help parents understand their child's behavior, and she co-wrote the temperament based parenting class manual. In 2002, she founded Childhood Matters, a non-profit organization producing radio shows in English and Spanish. "Nurse Rona" hosted a weekly call-in radio show for over nine years, and has appeared on many television shows, including CNN and 20/20. Rona is the author of Is That Me Yelling, a book aimed to help parents learn how to effectively communicate with their kids by focusing on their child's unique temperament, and their ownShe loves working with parents one-on-one, in groups, or in large workshops. Rona is happily married, has four adult children, and two grandsons.

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