112. Are you a Christian mom with anger problems? 3 powerful reasons how connecting with God on a regular basis will help your anger issues

Do you pray for God to take your anger away but nothing happens? Are you a Christian mom who wants to stop exploding in mom rage toward your kids? There is hope my friend. 

In this episode you will learn:

  • What happens in your mind and body when you get still and connect with God
  • How you can become more like God in your parenting 
  • What needs does God fulfill when you connect with Him 

There a many benefits for us as Christians to connect with God daily and growing a deeper relationship with Him but one of them is that it helps us become more like Him. God is patient and kind, slow to anger. If we want to be more like him, we need to surround ourselves with His presence.

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Emotionally Healthy Legacy


Welcome to Emotionally Healthy Legacy.

This podcast for Christian moms who want to control their mom anger and respond with patience and calm.

This podcast is for you if you:

  • Sick of constantly screaming at your kids or experiencing explosive anger
  • Wish you could be a calm and patient mom
  • Tell yourself ‘I never had anger issues until I had kids’
  • Feel burnt-out and stressed all the time 
  • Experience regular mom guilt and shame for hurting your children with your words or actions
  • Want to model healthy emotional stability to your children


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