I hope you enjoyed reading the guide Aggressive Behaviour in Children. Understanding your child.
Understanding what may be causing your child to be aggressive is useful.
However, as a parent it is important to stop your child being aggressive when they’re angry.
It’s also crucial to know exactly what to do if your child does hit out, to make it less likely that they will be aggressive in the future.
Although you may feel that, in time, the aggression will settle down, it is much better to deal with violent outbursts, before your child gets into trouble at school.
It is also best to tackle violence or aggression before a child reaches their teenage years, and grows taller and stronger than you.
As a parenting expert, I have helped many families whose children are getting into trouble at school, and some who have been excluded or expelled from school for aggression towards pupils or staff.
It is much better to get help at an early stage than to risk aggression damaging your child’s reputation or education.
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