When a child gets angry, parents are not supposed to add to their anger nor should they totally ignore them and send them away to places. By making them to control their anger will send bad and awful signals of disgust and isolation. Parents should try to be loving and initiate how their anger should melt away. So while parents accepts child’s anger, it isn’t the anger that is healing. It’s the expression of the tears and fears beneath the anger that washes out the hurt and sadness and makes the anger vanish, because it’s no longer necessary as a defense.
September 7, 2014