Download your FREE Guide: Aggressive Behaviour in Children. Understanding Your Child
If your child is aggressive, you’ll want this guide.
- Aggression – what is going on in your child’s brain?
- Why your child hits out.
- What you do, that can make your child’s aggression worse.
- How other children can influence your child.
- How your reactions and other factors can affect your child’s ability to handle their anger and aggression.
- Plus, I’ll show you how to access the Must-Have Guide: How to Stop Your Child Being Aggressive.
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Does your child hit out, punch, kick, push, or threaten, shout, get angry quickly, or appear menacing?
Sometimes a child’s aggression at home can spill out into school life, and a child can get into trouble for bullying or fighting at school.
Getting into trouble at school for hurting another child is often the point where parents seek help. However, tackling aggressive behaviour before that stage is best, so your chid doesn’t get into trouble at school or even get excluded or expelled.
Having an aggressive child can have a massive impact on family life. Many parents respond with shouting and anger, which makes a difficult situation even worse.
Would you like to understand what is going on in your child’s head?
Would you like to find out why your child may resort to hurting others, to make sense of why they behave that way.
To correct a behaviour, it’s important to look at what is going on for the child, and what factors are making your child more likely to be aggressive.
Understanding your child is the first step to reacting appropriately and consistently so that your child learns to understand and manage their aggression.