Helping Aggressive Kids: 10 Positive Parenting Tips

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Helping Aggressive Kids: 10 Positive Parenting Tips

 It is a natural tendency for young children to become aggressive when they are upset, frustrated, and angry.  It can even be considered typical during toddler and preschooler years.  But, it is up to the caring adults in the child’s life to teach them other ways to express themselves than through aggression towards others.

 It is a natural tendency for young children to become aggressive when they are upset, frustrated, and angry.  It can even be considered typical during toddler and preschooler years.  But, it is up to the caring adults in the child’s life to teach them other ways to express themselves than through aggression towards others.


  • Recognize the REASONS for Aggression
  • Accept the Feelings, NOT the Behaviours
  • Respond Firmly, and WITHOUT ANGER
  • Tell Your Child to STOP and State Your “RULES”
  • Identify Your Child’s FEELINGS and then Clarify Your EXPECTATIONS
  • Ask Your Child to PRACTISE Responding Appropriately
  • Allow Your Child to COOL OFF
  • Talk About Everyone’s FEELINGS
  • Give Your Child the WORDS to Express Himself/Herself APPROPRIATELY
  • Consider Asking Your Child to MAKE AMENDS With the Victim


Read the full article here: http://onetimethrough.com/helping-aggressive-kids/

 

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