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Aggressive behaviour- how to cope with it
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Aggressive behaviour- how to cope with it 5 years, 10 months ago #1

- Feeling angry and upset is sometimes normal and reasonable, and you should let your child come to know about it.
- Allow them to express their feelings, but always there should be a limit: just tell them that despite they're angry, you don't want them to hit, shout or use abusive words.
- Always watch for the motives: are there any particular events that upset you child? If you notice "when", that might let you know "why".
- If your child sees that problems are always solved by shouting and slapping, it is very likely for them to follow that behaviour model. If you don't want your child to be aggressive, you should look around and make sure, that the people around them are NOT aggressive as well.
- Be careful with what your child sees- the problems inside the family can often upset your child.
- Talk to your child and listen to it when they are calm. Try to find out why they were upset and try to show them how to cope with the situation next time.
- Be positive and always praise them when they are doing good. Punishments might cause your child to feel bad and upset and make them more aggressive.
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Re: Aggressive behaviour- how to cope with it 7 months, 2 weeks ago #2

active sports is the answer! make him get rid of all the bad energy in the right way. it could be literally any kind of sport, making your child being exhausted. he ill not even have the power to be aggressive after all!
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