Sometimes people get the wrong idea about the title of my program “Discipline Without Anger.” They think that I am saying that there is never a time when getting angry is an appropriate response for undesirable behavior. This is definitely not the case.
There are certainly times when anger is an appropriate course of action. The point of my program, however, is to teach that anger and intimidation should not be used to handle EVERY discipline issue that comes up. This method is too often overused when it is actually not the most appropriate, or effective course of action. The times when the use of anger is best are actually somewhat uncommon. Wise leaders will study this topic and be able to recognize when these times are occurring, and when they are not.
*Next week I will talk about some specific cases when anger may be an appropriate solution to misbehavior.
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