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Children get angy for many different reasons. Exhausted parents often try to avoid anything that might trigger their anger. Author Dr. Connie Schnoes, however, tells parents not to shield children from situations that make them angry. Instead, all children must learn that feeling angry sometimes is normal and there are appropriate ways to control and express anger without hurting themselves or others.