As a rule, nothing provokes parents to anger quicker than disrespect. In this broadcast, Lou Priolo (one of the featured speakers at the. Getting a Grip: The Heart of Anger Handbook for Teens [Lou Priolo] on Amazon. com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. I’m angry, got a problem with that?. ANGER! Is it ever in your home? Do your children ever speak to you in angry, disrespectful tones? Do they ever fight between themselves? Have you ever lost .

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While reading, I already began putting into prac I was told that this was something liu Love and Logic, only with scriptural references. Once that has been established, there needs to be consistent follow-up each time anger is expressed inappropriately.

Next time I will suggest some other things you can do to help your disrespectful teen better understand the proud and selfish motives of his heart that generate his disrespect.

The Heart of Anger: Helping Angry Children by Lou Priolo

In the next post, I will help you cover that concept in greater detail. I read this for myself years ago, and though it’s not a magic bullet, it does give a parent thoroughly Biblical help in addressing anger issues with dosrespect child.

Priolo’s book, The Heart of Anger offers real help for people who will take it seriously and respond accordingly. Resources for Biblical Living Apr 20, pgiolo A Biblical View of Depression. Child presents additional information for you to consider This book is typical Nouthetic or “biblical counseling” on anger.


I also benefited from the author’s distinction between righteous anger and sinful disresprct and the applications that can be made to all relationships that involve authority for adults and children alike. Nov 03, Nannette Serra rated it liked it Recommended to Nannette by: This book reads more like a manual than anything.

Recommended to Terri by: Excellent book for any parent or person with an anger problem. How to Respond to Rejection and Hurt 1.

I’d give it 5 stars, but the author’s tendency to write in lists made this just less than a 5-star book. Biblical Parenting by LouPriolo.

It not only tells you what you should do and priolk but gives you practical application in which you can apply the concepts you learn.

I’m starting to work on eliminating those to see how it improves my daughter’s behavior. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. Almost all anger is driven by selfishness and needs to be dealt with as such. I will also offer some ideas to prioli you in encouraging your child to examine his motives as a prerequisite to showing him how he can and why he should be more respectful.

The book includes a journaling tool that I found helpful; having a child evaluate in writing what triggered the anger, how it was wrongly expressed, and how it could have been expressed constructively is helpful in reinforcing acceptable behavior. Child perceives discipline as personal, vindictive attack. I’d give it 5 stars, but the author’s tendency to write in lists made this just less than a 5-star book. Good stuff about Resolving Conflict. Biblical Resources for Wife’s Protection.

I confess, I am one of the few adoptive parents who has not read L and L, but have heard it referenced often.


How to deal with Disrespectul Teenagers – Part 3

As sinners saved by grace, foolishness still creeps into our conversations. Feb 26, Carolyn rated it really liked it Shelves: When you offend your child, admit it to them and ask for forgiveness.

This new book deals with anger’s root causes, offering corrective advice from a biblical perspective. It is out of this internal attitude that obedience naturally and freely flows, along with all manner of gracious forms of communication.

People Convinced of Poor Self-Image. My wife recommended this to me after she read it.

How to Deal with Disrespectful Teenagers

What I love most about this book disrepect that you can read it from both the vantage point of prioloo child or the parent. As you can see, this again is a heart attitude. The book itself feels fairly repetitive. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Further, I think it is in large degree, an over complication of a simple problem I had to rate this at only a 3 star because,after all, I have children.

Adams wrote the preface and you may recognize him as the “father” of nouthetic counseling. My counseling professor was not the only one who had difficulties with Jay Adams.