Parenting comes with stresses that can make the most
laid-back among us feel irritable, frustrated, and angry. Even parents
who sincerely love their children sometimes use the wrong methods of
anger and frustration in an attempt to control their children. But angry
parenting doesn't just weaken relationships between parents and their
children; it can, over time, destroy them. Few parents set out to become
yelling meanies who no longer enjoy their children. Yet many feel
stuck, unable to pull themselves out of their ugly habits.
If anger is in your home even in small ways this book is for you. It is
time to replace that anger with something more powerful: patience and
peace. Israel and Brook share candidly from their experience as parents.