Becoming a Less Angry Mom (It Is Possible)
I had an amazing mom moment this week. You know, those moments when you realize that finally some growth is happening?
Except this time I was the one who had grown.
Let me share a story.
Last Thursday, while our family was studying Bible verses on keeping peace and handling anger, my eleven-year-old suddenly started crying as he shared his Bible verse (Matthew 5:9).
I started crying too as he choked out these words:
“Mom, you are the one who keeps the peace around here when we’re all angry at each other. I’m so grateful for you.”
He came over to where I was sitting and gave me a massive, tear-laden hug.
I was utterly blown away: First, at my son’s beautiful expression of emotion; and second, as I realized this:
I’d (finally) made great progress toward being a less angry mom (something I never thought possible).
That’s my heart behind the “7 Days to a Less Angry Mom” course.
Friend, I know that it’s not easy to manage mommy anger, and I want you to feel victorious and confident too.
In this life-transforming course, you will:
- Get to the root of your anger.
- Develop effective in-the-moment anger strategies.
- Discover ways to manage ongoing anger.
- Create YOUR plan to change (customized to your anger struggles)
- Encouragement, support and help as you make these changes!
Step 1: Watch one of the 7 video teachings (each 10-18 minutes long)
Step 2: Dig deeper by going through that lesson’s homework pages. This is where you create your custom plan to change!
Step 3: Check in with the private Facebook group periodically for encouragement, to ask questions, or to share stories! (optional–you don’t have to participate if you’re not comfortable)
3 Steps to Becoming Less Angry
What was my process to becoming less angry? It started with these 3 simple steps.
These are easy ways that any mom–yes, even you!–can turn up the calm and combat anger.