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How can I help my sister with anger issues?

How can I help my sister with anger issues?

Give your sister an opportunity to tell her side of the story without interruptions. Let her know that you care about her, that you can see that she is angry and that you would like to help if possible. If your sister is angry with you and she seems to have a legitimate point, apologize and make amends.

How do you calm someone with a bad temper?

For other people

  1. Don’t ignore the person.
  2. Be open to listening to what they have to say.
  3. Keep your voice calm when they’re upset.
  4. Try to talk things through.
  5. Acknowledge their distress, but don’t feel like you have to back down if you disagree.
  6. Avoid pushing advice or opinions on them.
  7. Give them space if they need it.
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Are You Walking on eggshells when you’re in flow?

When that attunement’s working and you’re in flow, you’re like a beautiful, bad-ass synchronized swim team. On the other hand, that same sensitivity can make it really challenging to be around each other sometimes. That feeling of walking on eggshells puts you in full fight-or-flight mode.

Why do people walk around on egg shells around their BP parents?

I know families who walk around on egg shells around their BP parent because if they don’t, the explosions are never worth it. Any confrontation of the persons behaviour is met with extreme behaviour and ultimately punishment in one form or another. How does anybody cope with this?

Why does my daughter throw temper tantrums?

Small children aren’t verbally skilled so they use a temper tantrum. She uses it because it works! Not only does it assure her of getting her way, but it keeps people at a distance when they have demands of her. These “Queens of Drama” make sure that anyone who disagrees with them…or requires anything of them…pays the price.

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How do you respond to an adult temper tantrum?

The first rule in responding to an adult temper tantrum is that you have to stay calm and not get engaged in it. You cannot reason or argue with someone while they are having a temper tantrum. 2. Assess potential danger. If the person having a tantrum is on drugs, alcohol, etc.