Short fuses in small packages: Anger management for teens

anger management for teens

Teenager and anger have long been synonymous. The particular mix of hormones and the change in world view and the very real physical changes—both the body and situational changes like starting high school, making new friends, losing friends, etc.—can make a teen angry. Some teens, however, are angrier than others. If you notice that your…

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How to Help with Anger Management in Children

anger management in children

Parents are supposed to be the heads of the household, raising obedient and positive children. However, for households that have a child who is unable to control their emotions and behaviors, the children often tyrannizes the entire family. Even at a young age, they can be difficult to communicate with and impossible to control. Though at times…

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