Dwell Parenting Meeting

Dealing with Anger, Developing Patience

Bev DeLashmutt

Summary

Anger is often the result of someone or something blocking our goals. Any goal that can be blocked by forces beyond your control is not a healthy goal. A godly goal is one that is only dependent upon you and God to achieve. A better plan is to change your incorrect beliefs as our beliefs dictate our behaviors. Correct beliefs will enable achievable goals. Achievable, godly goals significantly reduce the occurrence of anger and increases the peace in our homes and relationships.


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Keywords

  • Anger
  • Family/Marriage/Parenting