18. I just freaked out and screamed at my kids. What do I do now? How to repair a relationship after rupture

Have you ever felt guilty for yelling at your kids or saying/doing something hurtful when you are emotionally flooded? I think we all have been there. 

So what do we do? When do we give ourselves grace? How do we repair the damage that has been done? 

There are seasons in life when we need to give ourselves grace. Grace, not because we want to excuse our actions but because there is so much going on emotionally that it's hard to give to our family the best version of ourselves. 

Messing up is part of life. We all do it. We are sinners. Thats why Jesus gives us grace. I mention things you can do/say to repair the hurtful things that were done or said. This is something I work on intentionally in my life as well. 

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Emotionally Healthy Legacy

Elizabeth

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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