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So I woke up from a dream this morning where I was fighting with the kids to get in the bathtub and wash their hair. I got frustrated with them not doing it in a timely manner, so I dunked the little ones head over the tub into the bath to get her hair wet. The bathtub was full of acidic water and took off her hair. I woke up freaked out and prayed, “What in the world, that was terrible, help me understand this… or take this image from me!”
Then I ran across this Focus on the Family episode this morning.
Here is the information for the book. It is now on my kindle to read this week. 🙂
You want to be a great mom. But does the “Momster” inside you growl and roar at the people you love best?
If we’re honest with ourselves, almost every mom knows she can go from being kind to cranky in no time flat. When we’re tired, busy, anxious, preoccupied–okay, so anytime, really–we tend to default to snapping and barking at our kids. But life doesn’t have to be this way.
Through coaching other moms who share a desire to be a kinder, gentler parent, Becky Kopitzke has learned the keys to taming the “momster” in all of us. And in this grace-filled book, she will help you
- assess the triggers that spark your angry responses
- understand your children better so you can minimize frustrations
- learn gentle, effective responses to trying situations
- and much more
Purchase The Cranky Mom Fix as your personal battle plan to focus on who you are and how to wield God’s wisdom and strength in your family. With an extensive resource section of practical activities, tips, and self-assessment tools, this book will help you reclaim true peace for your soul and your home.