When Your Kids Make You Angry – MBFLP 189

We all have to deal with it – there are days when the kids drive us crazy, or even, just one kid pushes us a little too far. What do you do when the anger rises? How do you deal with mad feelings? Is it okay to express our frustration … or should we bury it instead? This episode, we’re talking about anger and what we do with this powerful emotion …


6 Powerful Ways of Overcoming Anger

A few weeks ago I shared anger lies that keep us in bondage. If you haven’t read that post, I encourage you to get caught up. I believe that’s where victory with anger begins: meditating on God’s truth about our anger. This week I’m going to share 6 powerful ways to overcome anger. If you’re like most people, you will still experience anger that isn’t perfectly controlled. But you can have a huge improvement in this area like my husband and I have.

6 Powerful Ways of Overcoming Anger podcast

Read this article on the blog or watch it on YouTube


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Ultimate Guide to Language Arts Board Games

I’ll be talking about my favorite board games and doing a giveaway this week on Facebook. Join me at Facebook.com/Psychowith6 on Tuesdays at 4E/3C/2M/1P or watch the replays.


“Freedom from the Spirit of Anger” by Dr. S. M. Davis of SolveFamilyProblems.com






Which of these tips do you think will be most helpful to you? Let’s chat about it on Facebook.

Angry and Stressed-out Parenting

Overcoming Angry & Stressed Out Parenting

Overcoming Angry & Stressed Out Parenting

Israel and Brook Wayne tackle an area that has been the menace of parents for way too long.  Frustration, irritation, and anger often find a way into our homes, trying to turn the kindest of parents into a meanie. What happened? Where did this anger come from? What can be done to get rid of it? Come along and join the discussion.

You can order our new book here: Pitchin’ A Fit! Overcoming Angry & Stressed-Out Parenting.

Pitchin’ A Fit: Overcoming Angry & Stressed Out Parenting

MBFLP – Emotional Kids

Children are naturally self-centered and unfiltered. Some of them, though, seem to live in an emotional red zone. How do you deal with the hyper-dramatic child?

How The Gospel Makes Us Unoffendable – HIRL Episode 50

1431314109400What if someone told you that you had no right to be angry? What if you could live a life that was defined as unoffendable? What would it look like to not be offended by the things people say and do, or by the way they treat you? And what if you could smile and relax, knowing that God has covered every offense with his inexhaustible love for you?

Homeschoolers, let’s face it. We are quick to be offended. Whether it’s outsiders who watch us and don’t like our educational choices or fellow homeschoolers who challenge our methods or curriculum, we can often take offense at anyone who questions what we are doing. What would your life look like if you were unoffendable?

On this episode of HomeschoolingIRL, we’re talking with radio host Brant Hansen about his new book, Unoffendable: How Just One Change Can Make All of Life Better. When the gospel gets involved, it really is your best life, forever.

Join Fletch (from theMangoTimes) and Kendra (from Preschoolers and Peace and KendraFletcher.com) for the HomeschoolingIRL podcast every week as they interview guests and talk through some of the goofiness they have experienced in nearly two decades of Homeschooling In Real Life.

MBFLP – When the Parent-Child Relationship Cools

MBFLP When Parent Child Relationship Cools

When the Parent Child Relationship Cools…

We all have those moments – when we sense a distance or coolness from our child, when something has gone wrong in your relationship. It may be a young kid or an adult son or daughter, it may be in the middle of conflict or a gradual drift, but it’s important and you can lose sleep over it. This episode we talk about taking positive steps to mend or rebuild a breaking relationship, no matter who’s “at fault.”

MBFLP – Dealing with Conflict with Tweens and Teens

MBFLP Dealing with Conflict in Teens and Tweens


How much anger is “normal” for a pre-teen (or a teen)-aged boy? Is there anything to be done about it, or is the best we can do just to hang on and hope they grow out of it? Actually, with our six sons, we’ve seen our share of hormonally-driven outbursts and rage, and we’ve found out that there are Biblically-sound ways to respond to these challenging days, and even turn them into times for discipleship. Tune in for a half hour that may make a difference in your family for years to come!



Shepherding A Child’s Heart by Tedd Tripp [available from Shepherd Press]

The Heart of Anger  by Lou Priolo [available from Grace and Truth Books]

“Boot Camp 9-12” webinar series with Hal and Melanie Young [order from Raising Real Men . com]

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