THREE TECHNIQUES FOR COMMUNICATING WHEN ANGRY
When you are angry or frustrated, it’s almost impossible to NOT communicate those feelings.
So you might as well do it constructively, and increase the chances of relieving your tension as well as making things better with the other person.
You will automatically be expressing yourself non-verbally through body language, facial expression, and tone of voice. So do it right. Here are three things that will help you control the expression of your angry feelings in a way that is not only non-threatening to others, but also constructive in the sense that you and your child will be able to benefit from your anger.