Anger is natural and with kids it needs to be directed and channeled properly. If not anger can become rage later in life. It is important for parents to teach self discipline regarding emotional outbursts and reward good behavior. It is also important that they set good examples in how they react to stress and frustration.
The article, “14 proven techniques to help your child get control of their anger” by Kimberly Yavorski looks at ways parents can help their children manage their anger. She states,
“Be aware of your own anger. Studies show that parental emotions influence their children. If you think you don’t exhibit anger often, pay attention to how many times you yell or otherwise show anger (maybe keep a journal), noting what triggers it and how you react (yelling, punching the wall, hitting the steering wheel).”
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