Two Important Steps To Dealng With An Angry Child
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When dealing with an angry child, there are certain basic things that would need to be done if you are going to see the real and lasting changes that are possible take place. One of these things is that you have to genuinely love and respect your child. If these two things are left out of the mix, it is unlikely that you will win in your efforts.
The reason for this is that your love will keep you motivated and interested. And your respect will help you discover what exercises and anger management methods you will want to use. If you don't respect him, then any old thing will be enough.
You teach him.
There are two good reasons why you will want to do an anger management class and teach your angry child yourself. The first is that when it comes to learning anger management skills as an angry child, the best teachers are the ones who live in the same house with the child. Children seem to learn this subject better when they are at home as opposed to being at school, church or elsewhere.
A second reason for you teaching him is because dealing with a child's anger often angers the person who is responsible for taking care of him. When you learn about anger management, you prepare two people for the coming changes, you and your child.
It may be comforting to know that good anger management classes are almost 100% guaranteed to help you make the changes you need to make.
One of the things you will have to do is teach your child how to recognize what he is angry about. This is not as easy as it may sound.
In the first place children may act with what grownups see as anger not because they are angry, but because they are sad about something that has happened. So to get this part of the problem solved what you can do is get him some crayons and paper and have him tell you what is wrong by doing a drawing of it.
Once you have this, then you can begin to talk with him and do your other anger management exercises.
Once the reason for anger is known then you can tell him exactly what to do to fix it. As an example, someone takes something that belongs to him, and then you teach him that he is to tell the person in charge at the time, and not fight back.
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