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Child Health Day is an opportunity to learn anger calming technique with Liam, the Smart Rabbit

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Angry outbursts and tantrums in children are just communication messages. Healthy emotional growth in a child can be a frustrating and exasperating process for parents and the child. Let's unpack how we can use this normal growth process in child.

AUSTIN, Texas - eTradeWire -- Austin-based writer Azaliya Schulz published Calm your Anger with Liam, the Smart Rabbit. Parents can use this book to provide their children with anger management techniques that will help them to not only calm down, but also understand the underlying feelings that they are experiencing. Calm You Anger with Liam the Smart Rabbit, helps to determine triggers, recognize and name emotions, uses breathing techniques as a calming method and helps work out positive solutions.

Children's expression of their emotions and at times, tantrums, are a part of their healthy development. There is no doubt that temper tantrums can be challenging for parents and difficult to manage at times. Researchers have found that tantrums occur in 87% of 18 to 24-month-olds, 91% of 30 to 36-month-olds, and 59% of 42 to 48-month-olds. It is common for toddlers to have a tantrum at least once per day, as is the case for 20% of two-year-olds, 18% of three-year-olds, and 10% of four-year-olds.

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Adults can help a child learn how to recognize and understand their big emotions from an early age. It is from this point that children can learn to process their emotions and then successfully self-sooth when needed. Picture books are significant influncers, as they not only provide the theory, but visual imagery as well, that is easier for young children to understand.

"My book is unique as it teaches simple anger management technique, explains that anger can mask deeper feelings, and provides a way for children to look at situations from a different angle", Azaliya says.

Azaliya, works in the healthcare industry and believes that her book covers a wholistic view of the experience of anger by the child. "Sometimes we just don't know what to do when our child is out of control with their emotions. A simple step by step guide for both parents and children becomes invaluable in these situations."

To know more about Azaliya Schulz as an author as well as details of where to find her book, visit www.azaliyaschulz.com. To purchase a book visit https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0BY6X4R6B (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0BY6X4R6B?binding=kindle_edition&ref=dbs_dp_rwt_sb_pc_tukn)

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