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Parents often give kids time-out the wrong way

CALIFORNIA: Most parents who use time-outs to discipline their kids don't do it in ways that can encourage better behavior, a recent U.S. study suggests. More than three in four parents reported using time-out in response to misbehavior, the study found. But 85 percent of the parents using the technique made common mistakes that can render time-outs ineffective, including giving kids too many warnings, talking to kids or letting them play with toys during their punishment. "The biggest mistake in my clinical experience…

Five Ways to Deal with Anger at Work

We all get frustrated at work and knowing how to deal with anger is not always at the top of our to-do list. There’s not enough time and there are too many things to do. There are also too many things that can go wrong, and quite frankly, too many people that just drive us crazy. But getting mad at work is almost always a mistake. So too is holding that anger in. So what do you do when our internal kettle is boiling and we think we are going to explode? Here are five ways to show you how to deal with anger at work. 1.…