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How to Handle Anger and Irritation in Your Child

Aug 23, 2021, 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Is your child getting angry and irritated often?

Do they throw tantrums?

It is important to handle your child’s anger and irritation in a positive way. 

Set the expectation: Parents can choose to talk to the child and explain in clear and simple terms.

Let the child step in your shoes: Parents can develop empathy, understanding and supportive attitude in the child by projecting an experience forward. 

Be consistent: There should be no confusion and absolute consistency in expected behavior from the child and associated rewards. 

Conscious role modeling: A child is constantly learning ways to act and behave through role-modeling parents, family and everyone around. 

Some Handy tips to deal with issues around aggression in children are 

Stay calm, apply patience and practice firmness: Be assertive and not aggressive.

Coach through accidental mistakes: Understand personality of the child and prepare the child through coaching at appropriate opportunities. 

Time outs: Practice time out where a child is sent to a place without distractions where he is asked to reflect while he is kept away from any engaging environment.

Keep channels of communication open.

Communicate with the child without judging: Correct the child with reason and not because of your position of authority 

Teach the child to communicate the frustration: Ask the child what he is feeling.

Join us with Child Psychologist Kumkum Jagadish to learn how to deal effectively with your child's anger and stubbornness in this workshop.

Kumkum Jagadish, Clinical psychologist

Kumkum Jagadish is a Psychologist and Counsellor and specialises in counseling, parenting and life skills development. She has been conducting various sessions on areas like self-awareness, parenting and life skills development to name a few. 

 

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| Aug 23, 2021

Of late my 10 year old child has become really irritable. If we ask her something she would not give a simple reply in yes or no. She would make some comment which often leads to an argument. Also she doens't talk much as before and has started to find faults whenever I try to talk to her. What could be the reaosn for her this change in behaviour?

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| Aug 23, 2021

My 7 year old son gets angry whenever we tell him to study . He is not at all taking online classes seriously. Most of the times he is busy playing games on phone .he sleeps a lot during daytime. he doens't want to follow a schedule. What can be done to put him back on track?

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| Aug 23, 2021

Please give some tips to control aggressive behaviour of a 8 year old child . He throws things and shouts a lot when things are not according to his will. He answers back a lot. Also he has been hitting his 4 year old younger sibling a lot. I am having a tough time controlling him. kindly guide.

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| Aug 23, 2021

Hello Ma'am ! Please give your inputs on how to make a 6 year old child control her outbursts. She overreacts to things sometimes without understanding the matter. She just doens't like to accept 'No' as an answer. She wants everything to be according to her. For instance the food we cook, if it's not what she wants , she will not eat no matter what. I live in a joint family and I have to consider everyone's likes and dislikes in mind and everytime it's not possible to fulfill her needs . Her this behaviour is leading to everyday drama and unnecessary stress at home. How can we deal with her this behaviour?

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| Aug 23, 2021

Hello Ma'am ! How do small children become stubborn? Is there a way to deal with their stubbornness? My 4 year old child is very picky . He would wear same clothes everyday, no matter what, not brush his teeth, no matter what and not stop playing with food , no mattet what we do . Waiting for Your valuable guidance.

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| Aug 23, 2021

Namaskar Madam! My sister's daughter is 5 years old. She gets really upset suddenly and starts crying . She is so sensitive that even talking out loud can make her cry. This change in her has come during the lockdown since schools have shutdown. Is this normal? Should she consult a doctor?if yes, exeprt from which field needs to be consulted?

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| Aug 23, 2021

Hi! Welcome to Parentune LIVE. We are doing today's Parentune PLUS LIVE on How to Handle Anger and Irritation in Your Child.

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| Aug 23, 2021

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