A practical workbook for youth leaders, parents and those supporting young people around the issue of anger
A new series of books addressing key emotional and mental health issues from a Christian perspective.
In this first publication, you'll learn more about why anger can become such a destructive force in the lives of young people, how we can make sense of it with them, and what we can do practically to help someone develop a healthier relationship with their anger.
Perhaps you’re a parent, searching for answers around how to support a child whose angry outbursts are becoming a real problem at home or at school. Or maybe you’re a youth group leader or a teacher, who has run out of ideas and strategies to support a young person in your care, whose anger and behaviour are becoming worrying. Or perhaps you're reading this as a friend, who simply wants to support someone close to you, but have no idea how to start having that conversation.
The book is divided into three sections:
- Recognising the issue- identifying when anger may be becoming an issue for a young person
- Understanding the issue- A comprehensive look at the triggers and situations that can contribute to a young person’s anger
- Responding to the issue- A range of practical ideas and strategies you can use with young people to help them understand and regain control over anger.
Also available in packs of 10 so that churches can provide them for all parents.