You’ve probably heard of the state of anger that comes from being hungry called hangry! The Doctors discuss a study suggesting acknowledging your feelings will prevent it.
Is your child aggressive or restless? The Doctors share reading a story to your little one can help to ease and calm them.
The Doctors discuss new research about yelling at kids, which found that it may actually harm kids as much as physical violence. We welcome parenting experts Dr.Deborah Gilboa and Amy McCready to weigh in.
Parenting experts Dr. Deborah Gilboa and Amy McCready share strategies parents can use instead of yelling at their children, which could be much more effective than raising your voice.
The sisters of Trim Health Mama and authors of "Trim Healthy Mamas Trim Healthy Table" cookbook, Pearl Barrett and Serene Allison, join The Doctors to share the recipes for their “Hangry Pockets.”
The Doctors are joined by psychotherapist and author of “Chicken Soup for the Soul Think, Act & Be Happy,” Dr. Mike Dow to discuss adult meltdowns.
The Doctors discuss a viral video of a woman allegedly assaulting and threatening employees at a gym and discuss why public meltdowns seem so commonplace now.
The Doctors are joined by psychotherapist and author of “Chicken Soup for the Soul: Think Act & Be Happy” Dr. Mike Dow to share his tips that could help to calm you in moments of extreme anger.
Tommie Lee, star of "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta" has come to The Doctors in hopes of solving her family and anger issues.
Can someone see so much red that it causes that person to blackout and not remember what they have done?