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If you're anything like me, the cabin fever set in around January and there's been a downhill slide into snapping at my small children ever since. I hate the feeling of yelling at my children, but it can be a tough rut to tear myself out of. These tips are helpful if you're in a similar situation and want to regain your composure around your kids — even when they're driving you bananas! 

I remember vividly the first time I yelled at my daughter. I can't remember why I yelled, but I remember the feeling I had in my throat for the whole day afterward and it was horrible. As my kids have gotten older and have figured out just how to push my buttons, yelling has become a little more frequent and I know I'm not the only parent who feels they've gotten stuck in a habit of responding with yelling. 

Sometimes the fix is as easy (or difficult) as squeezing in a few extra hours of sleep or finding a few new tricks that can help you avoid yelling when you reach your breaking point. Here is a good place to start if you're ready to dig out of that rut.