Anger is toxic: why we need to keep our cool

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. Weekdays 12pm-1pm.

Thu 22 February 2018

14 mins

Renee Mill is a clinical psychologist and author of Parenting Without Anger. She says, “when someone shouts at you it's actually a form of an attack”. Listen to Renee take us through what’s happening when we get angry, and why it’s more often not about our kids at all.

You can find out more about Renee and her practice at her website.

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