10 Ways on How to Stop Yelling at Your Kids #7
By Denise Schipani
7. Keep the volume low at all times. Even when you’re not angry, you may find yourself yelling (“dinner’s ready!”). If you make a softer voice a habit (one that, with any luck, everyone picks up!), you’ll be less prone to yell at other times too, says Dr. Kennedy-Moore. One trick to try: Speak to your family members only when you’re in the same room whenever possible.
Do you find yourself yelling even when you are not upset?