PostHeaderIcon AGGRESSIVE CHILD


The first truly considered as aggressive behaviors displayed between 2 and 3rd year of life when you feel frustrated by not seeing their wishes fulfilled, then the child spider bites, hits, …

Before this age, which shows the child is angry, through tantrums and screaming.

It is from age 4, when it becomes aggressive verbally expressed.

This occurs in the normal development of every child. What happens is that some continue to be aggressive, and this really becomes a problem behavior. The degree of aggressiveness, age of onset and their duration in time will determine the involvement of a child psychologist to cover the problem in its entirety.

Generally, after this behavior is low self-esteem, a being who struggles to assert itself and / or expression of excess stress or distress can not find another way out. For some, aggression is a way to dominate the group and for others to imitate what they have seen or experienced at home, …

To achieve a change in this behavior, we must have a direct impact on the causes that originate, as well as educate you in control of himself.

Speaking of aggression we mean both physical aggression to verbal, and both the self-injury as aggression against others. Both self-destructive behavior such as aggression against others, they may become very dangerous, hence, should not be ignored, nor can you expect to be resolved by themselves.

AGGRESSION AGAINST OTHERS

When a child shows aggressive behavior against others, you will depart the group, resulting in him a reflection, not scold or blame, and making his game continues only until you decide to join the group again with another right attitude.

This group also found in children who:

- Continually playing with fire

- Harm animals.

Are cases that require rapid intervention, as they are endangering their own lives and those of others.

Self-injury (suicide, self harm ,…)

- Suicide is something rare in children younger than 10 years, it is close in age to adolescence.

Worrying signs are:

- The show he was “particularly sad”

- Losing interest in things around him

- Loss of appetite

- Sleep (in excess or defect)

- Saying negative things about yourself

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