All parents get angry at their children. There's nothing wrong with feeling anger; anger is a message. The problem is that we can't hear that message clearly while we're angry. In the heat of the moment, we're in fight, flight or freeze. And when we're in "fight", our child looks like the enemy. 1. Notice that you're getting annoyed. 2. Use your inner pause button. 3. Take Five. 4. Feel the emotions in your body. 5. Shift your state. 6. Try a Do-Over. 7. Practice, Practice, Practice.