Child anger

Specialty of Psychology

Children can sometimes show anger, for example when something doesn't go their way, or if they don't feel something is fair to them. Anger like this is normal and to be expected, and it is an emotion that can be useful. However, child anger can sometimes become problematic in that it is either aggressive or out of control. Children can become angrier than usual for numerous reasons, but common ones include being bullied, seeing family members argue, stress, anxiety or hormonal changes that come with puberty. Child anger can be dealt with, either at home or with the help of a specialist.

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