There are lots of different approaches to being a less angry parent, and success really depends on the person trying to be less angry and if they actually stick to a regimen.
I have found that practicing mindfulness, taking breaks as possible and when needed, communicating openly and honestly with your child, and seeking support from friends or professionals if necessary are all worthwhile and potentially successful approaches.
It’s also important to recognize and manage your emotions to create a positive and supportive environment for your child.
Developing healthy outlets like exercise or relaxation techniques can also be beneficial.
This task is often not easy – but it is possible.