Created by Updated on Feb 06, 2017
hi. how to control my child from anger
| Feb 07, 2017
Keep a diary and write down incidents that leads to aggression. Try to find out any common factors by two months. Is there any role models in your home who react in similar way? When in good mood ask ask him about the reasons for getting anger and tell him that it's a bad behaviour. Check yourself that whether you meet his emotional needs. Try to explore any personally significant stressor is there or not, like abuses. Engage him in play activities out door, take him for walk with you. Engage him in sports or art activities. Only meet his genuine rational needs. Don't yield to all demands fearing his anger out burst. Who ever dealing with him talk softly, firmly, consistently. No change of decisions should be made among caretakers fearing his aggression. Try to ignore difficult situations. Some time anger may be attention seeking behavior. Don't beet kid. Cut down any privilege that kid is enjoying like TV watching as punishment. Or keep him alone in a safe calm room for thirty minutes if he show bad behaviour. Always tell before punishment that you are my dearest loving good boy, but the punishment is for the bad behaviour only. Praise his good behaviour always. Try it and again if you felt problem consult a doctor.
| Feb 08, 2017
Children do what they observe. They restore things and react later. As a psychologist I would suggest that when they behave aggressively just reply calmly and do not take the reactions seriously . but later in a while explain calmly and talk in a friendly way. kids needs to be heard and express. so just listen and lovingly reply them. With growing age they will learn steadily and understand. At times give them space. ...leave them for a while to calm down. And be their friends not parents!