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Parenting

Helping Your Child Defuse Anger: Less Anger Means Less Problems

If parents can help children understand that a better approach to frustration will end in better outcomes, parents will find the child has less anger and solves the daily problems and differences better.

Parenting and Child Anger

My 5-year-old frequently gets angry and her temper seems to be getting worse. Her anger has escalated to the point that she now occasionally hits her sister or playmates.

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NICHD Program Helps Parents Set Limits To Reduce Teens' Driving Under Risky Conditions

The Checkpoints Program, developed by NICHD scientists, teaches parents to limit their teenagers' exposure to certain driving conditions for the first 12 months after teens receive their licenses. The study shows that parents who set reasonable limits on driving can reduce their newly licensed teens' exposure to risky driving conditions.

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