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Episode Info: It’s time for another Ask Dr. Leman: “How do I get my husband to look at his anger issue?” Find out what Dr. Leman has to say about the correlation between powerful parent and child in today’s episode. Learn more about Dr. Leman at   NEW: The Intimate Connection –Dr. Kevin Leman Amazon Barnes & Noble   **Special Offer– May 28 – Jun 3: Have a Happy Family by Friday ebook for $1.99 at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or wherever you get your ebooks**   Show Sponsored by Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Produced by Unmutable Transcript Doug: On this episode on Have a New Kid By Friday with Dr. Kevin Leman, we get to answer your question: What do I do if I have an angry husband and now at nine years old I find out I have an angry son? I thought he was a great kid, but now he’s turning angry. How do I get my husband to change? What do I do about my son? That’s the question we get to ask Dr. Leman today. Doug: Hi, I’m Doug Terpening. Andrea: And I’m Andrea. Doug: And we are super triply duper happy that you are here with us today. And if this is your first time, we just want to let you know this is for your education and entertainment purposes only. If the subject matter raises any concerns for you or your child, please go see a local professional for help. And, I just want to remind everybody,, you can go there and get tons of resources and insights from Dr. Leman. And also you can go to and leave an audio question, like this mom did, and you might get it answered right here. Doug: Well, let’s jump into today’s question. Ask Dr. Leman: Hi, Kevin. My son is turning nine. We thought he was a leader and very logical and smart, only to find out and be told he is very powerful and controlling. And we saw a lot of red flags in this last year that we knew we had to make a change. We have made a lot of changes in our home, so we’ve seen a really big turnaround in him. And I do believe you when you say you can see major changes in a week, as long as the home is remaining consistent and parents are on the same team. Ask Dr. Leman: But my last concern is, he has this anger, and we call it verbal diarrhea. He likes to have the last comment still, and he complains a lot, and is acting miserable, when he doesn’t need to be. But my husband also has a, I guess, a root of anger in him, as well. I was just wondering if you had any helpful advice for my husband to look at his anger and seek some help, if you have any tips on that, so that it can be just passed down to my son. I really appreciate it, and thanks. Dr. Leman: Well, there’s a little grist for the mill in that question. How old was the son? Andrea: He was nine. Nine. Dr. Leman: Did she say? Andrea: Mm-hmm (affirmative). Dr. Leman: Yeah, nine, yeah. Wow. There’s an awful lot in this. I’ll make a couple of guesses, first of all. I’m going to guess that your husband, an...
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