Why do children get angry?

Being a social being is one of the consequences of being angry sometimes. Sometimes we get angry at our parents, siblings, friends, teachers, relatives, those we live in the same society, and even ourselves. As bad as it may sound to be angry, it is natural. We should not forget that we are not angels and that we have such traits so that we do not blame ourselves for these feelings. What matters is how we reveal and reflect this emotion. As children, we watch and record who reacts to what and how. When it’s our turn, we put what we know into practice. In this respect, the first thing to do is to examine what family members do with their own anger and offer positive role models for children. It will be better to use open communication and encourage the child to talk about the reasons behind his or her feelings, rather than preventing the child from projecting their anger and threatening them.

Anger is a healthy and natural emotion that we all feel in different forms and doses, big and small. In other words, it is not important whether the child is angry or angry, but how he expresses it. Children become angry and angry when they do not get what they want, when their desires and needs are hindered, when they are exposed to physical and psychological punishment and threats, when they are disappointed, when they think they have been wronged. The child’s use of violence and aggression when he feels angry and angry, that is, by damaging himself, things and other people, shows that it is an unhealthy way of expression.

Children learn how to express their feelings of anger by taking role models from their environment.

-On the screen (TV, computer, etc.)

-In the family

-In other environments such as school and neighborhood

-In virtual or real games

Anger is reflected in violent ways, and if the child observes it, he or she will take it as an example.

So what can be done in such a moment of anger?

The first thing to do for children to express these feelings in a healthy way when they are angry is to offer them a positive role model.

Activities are carried out to improve the skills of coping with anger. Boundaries are set when aggressive behavior is persisted.

If there is still difficulty in the solution, support is received.