Puffy Gets Angry. Illustrated parental guide for parents of young children.

Puffy Gets Angry. Illustrated parental guide for parents of young children.

This children's book is designed to provide a guide for adults to help young kids learn how to manage their anger. For children, as for adults, the most difficult part of anger is the automatic reaction of the primitive brain. Learning how to slow down this automatic response is the key to successfully managing anger. Becoming increasingly aware of ones anger in the body requires practice. When there is more awareness of the angry feeling, the child can use techniques like deep breathing to calm him/her down.

 

This delightful children’s book is designed to provide a guide for adults to helps young kids learn how to manage their anger. It is written by Dr. Rich Pfeffer, (recognized anger management expert) and Susie Post Roberts and is endorsed by the National Anger Management Association.

The most difficult part of anger for anybody to handle is the automatic reaction of the primitive brain when it doesn’t get what it wants.  Learning how to slow down this automatic response is the key to successfully managing anger. Becoming increasingly aware of ones anger in the body requires practice. When there is more awareness of the angry feeling, the child can use techniques like deep breathing to calm him/her down.

This nicely illustrated little book would make a great holiday gift for anyone with small children or grandchildren. It is free on Kindle Unlimited or $9.95 otherwise.

Anger management is a learned skill that begins in childhood. Children who learn to recognize and management anger have a very useful skill that will serve them throughout their lives.