Aggression in children can be a symptom of many different underlying problems. It’s a very polymorphic thing, a commonality for any number of different psychiatric conditions, medical problems, and life circumstances. And so at the very essence of...
Aggression in children can present problems for parents, caregivers, teachers and school administrators. Understanding the different types of aggression may help you to come up with a strategy for dealing with a child’s aggressive behavior.
If you have a rowdy little one on your hands, check out these nine signs of an aggressive child and learn what you can do about it.
Find out what may be causing your child to act aggressively and when she’s likely to grow out of it, and get tips on how to help her control her temper.
Intimidation, name calling, bullying or other kinds of acting out behavior are about your child and his inability to solve his problems appropriately.
Children need to know what behavior is, and is not, permitted. Make sure that everyone who cares for your child is aware of the rules you set, as well as the response to use if he does exhibit this behavior.
Almost all of us struggle with understanding and helping our children when they hurt others, and when they are hurt by other children.
Passive resistance is when kids learn to develop power over you by resisting you. In fact, it’s the opposite of aggression: instead of threatening or yelling at you, a passive-aggressive child simply doesn’t answer you.