'All I Do Is Scream': Coping With Mom Rage Amid the COVID-19 Crisis

Few mothers will admit it, but sometimes they get so angry at their children that they blow up. What underlies maternal rage – and why has the phenomenon become more acute during the pandemic?

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Noa Gur-Horowitz. “When he behaves violently or uses violent language, I become enraged and then I torture myself, because he’s just a boy.”
Noa Gur-Horowitz. “When he behaves violently or uses violent language, I become enraged and then I torture myself, because he’s just a boy.”Credit: Tomer Appelbaum
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