Mental Health Matters
Forensic Edition
July 2017
Published by:  Lepage Associates
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Cooperative Parenting and Divorce:
Managing Your Anger

The previous article in this series provides guidelines for developing a business partnership with your parenting partner. That is, a relationship that is based mostly on logic rather than emotion. In this article, we'll explore perhaps the biggest obstacle to this: anger.
There are many levels of anger: annoyance, irritability, anger, fury, rage, etc. It's important to notice when you are getting increasingly angry and you are headed towards a rage explosion (whatever that looks like for you) because there is collateral damage that happens along the way - most importantly, to our children. So, the earlier we notice we are on this trajectory the sooner we can stop ourselves and not only keep from doing something unhealthy that will hurt our children, but choose to do something healthy which will help them.
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