Just like adults, kids are capable of getting angry The key difference is that kids often come from a place of pure emotion, with little reasoning and reflection of the potential cause and consequences. Your job as a parent is to understand the reason for anger in your child, which will equip you with the most effective means of dealing with it not just when it happens, but proactively so that you can help your child better deal with their thoughts and feelings in the long term. This will ultimately help your child be better prepared to manage their anger constructively, helping to prevent future outbursts and live a calmer and happier childhood.
It helps to remember that the majority of the time when kids get angry, they are responding to things they deem threatening, such as shouting and hitting their sibling (who broke their prized possession) or their parents (who disciplined them “unjustly”). Thankfully, you can handle anger in a constructive way and by helping kids feel safe and secure you can help them get past their anger and instead opt for positive modes of problem-solving.
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