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Tag: Anger

What Married Couples Are Missing About the ‘Don’t Go to Bed Angry’ Bible Verse

"Most will only site the last half of the verse: 'do not let the sun go down on your anger,' and not the first half..."

Is it Okay to Be Angry at God?

A few years ago I stood with my arms crossed, my feet squarely planted at the bottom of our stairs. I quietly asked myself...

Fed-Up Mom Says, “I’m Done Trying to Raise a ‘Well-Rounded’ Child”—And Maybe You Should Be Too

"I looked at his wiggly body, and in a rare moment of clarity, I realized neither of us were happy."

“You Scare Me Mommy”: Anxiety-Ridden Mom Ready to ‘BLAST’ Her Innocent Daughter Recounts Tender Moment That ‘Melted’ Her Rage

I stared at her and she held out her arms for me. Me. The scary monster. She wanted me. The same person who frightened her, she was seeking comfort from.

How God Sees Our “Righteous Anger”

I recently found myself feeling offense. Red, hot anger, that I felt was justified, righteous, even. But what I couldn’t understand was, if it was righteous and justified by God, then why did I feel so bad?

How to Fight Anger in Motherhood

When I seek to punish or control my kids with harsh words just because they aren’t behaving exactly the way I want, I need to call my response what it is. It’s not a bad day. It’s not a mom fail. It’s not a joke. It’s sin.

Why Is My Child So Explosive?

"Our children are not explosive to get their way. They are not acting out because they have been spoiled. They are not trying to manipulate us."