The famous American writer, Mark Twain, once said, “Anger is an acid that can do more harm to the vessel in which it is stored than to anything on which it is poured.”
While holding anger can damage you from the inside, taking it out on someone else in the form of aggression is equally bad. This is something you should teach your child. If your child is fuming and red-faced, as a parent, it is your duty to help him channelise his anger in the right way so that it doesn’t harm anyone. It all begins with being a role model. According to an article titled, Why Are Kids So Angry? published in Parents.com, 'It goes without saying, perhaps, that our kids' most influential role models for handling anger are the grown-ups they're with day in and day out - usually their moms and dads. But the kind of patient, caring adult guidance that helps kids learn to manage their anger requires a healthy investment of time - an increasingly scarce resource in today's warp-speed society.'
Spend time with your child and help him understand that anger can destroy lives. Teach him to control his temper as anger outbursts can harm his relationships in school as well as in the professional environment later on.
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