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I'd like feedback on my Hub: How to Handle Anger Issues in our Children by Intl

  1. soulkonnection profile image60
    soulkonnectionposted 11 months ago

    Hi Hubbers,

    I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process. Will you please give feedback on my Hub How to Handle Anger Issues in our Children by Intl Life Coach Amit Bhandari (must be signed in to view). What can I do to improve? Thanks!

    1. Marketing Merit profile image97
      Marketing Meritposted 11 months agoin reply to this

      In addition to the comments already provided, it is clear that your hub is all about self-promotion as opposed to sharing useful information and will probably be considered 'spammy.'  In this regard, you should start by amending the title and removing: 'by Intl Life Coach Amit Bhandari.'

      It would also help if you specified in your profile which professional coaching body you are a member of. Not only does this help provide more authority to your articles, but individuals can search the relevant professional directories to check your background.

      Finally, your hub offers little practical advice on how to deal with anger issues in children and hence, does not deliver on its promises. The only advice I could find was to tell mothers to calm down and deal with their own anger issues, which is rather patronising to say the least!

  2. Rupert Taylor profile image98
    Rupert Taylorposted 11 months ago

    Your profile dodges around the issue of professional qualifications to offer psychological advice. Do you have a doctorate or is 'Certified Life Coach and a Psychological Hypnotherapist' the extent of your resume?" You have to be very careful dealing with mental health issues and Hubpages, rightly, is reluctant to publish such subjects unless they are from bona fides experts.

    I take great exception to your statement "Once the mother sorts her anger issues and calms her mind, the parents will very soon notice the difference in the child." Fathers never have anger issues that might be transmitted to children? It is arrant nonsense to blame childhood anger solely on mothers.

    There are problems with punctuation. Periods are always followed by a space and sentences always end with a period. Also random capital letters pop up.

    Your article is too short. Hubpages prefers 1,000 words and up.

    1. soulkonnection profile image60
      soulkonnectionposted 11 months agoin reply to this

      I am a certified life coach by the Intl Federation of Coaching. I understand your concern, however when a child is in the womb and the mothers state of mind affects the child, this bond is strong until the 7 years of age and hence a mothers state of mind is a direct influence on the child. Moreso in most households a mother is the primary caretaker of the kids and a father presence is limited hence the child's mind focuses on the mother more often. Hope this helps.

      1. psycheskinner profile image83
        psycheskinnerposted 11 months agoin reply to this

        It helps us understand that you think you can assume every reader is from a traditional family structure and you use certain spiritual belief systems not everyone agrees with as if they are scientific fact.  In which case, maybe specify that in the beginning f the hub so the rest of us will realize the hub is not for us.

        p.s. do you mean ICF (International Coach Federation)

  3. theraggededge profile image98
    theraggededgeposted 11 months ago

    Nothing makes this mother more angry than seeing 'connection' spelled with a 'k'.

    Dreadful article, full of erroneous assumptions and misconceptions. What can you do to improve it? Delete it.

  4. Penny Sebring profile image89
    Penny Sebringposted 11 months ago

    There are several grammatical and spelling related errors that are pretty obvious. I would have a friend or colleague proofread it or maybe just run it through a grammar program. It is not broken down in capsules.

    Also- it reads to me as mother bashing. Even if I agreed with the sentiment, right around Mother's Day in the U.S.A does not seem like smart timing for that.

    In my personal opinion, if you think that a child is solely a product of their mother you have not been paying particularly close attention to children.