Does your child whine, cry, tease others, throw temper tantrums, get into fights, or intentionally hurt others? Are these negative behaviors just part of the normal process of growing up? As a parent, should you be concerned that such behavior signals serious trouble ahead?
Angry Kids, Frustrated Parent is a guide for parents struggling with these questions.
Aggression in children can lead to serve problems at home, in school, and in the community. Whether you want to prevent your child from using aggressive behaviors, or stop those that are already occuring, this book can help.
Inside you'll find descriptions of the levels of aggressive behaviors. You'll learn to recognize whether your child reacts to feelings of frustration with aggressuive or uses it to get something he or she wants.
We'll show you how to stop the negative behavior - the yelling, kicking, and hitting. The we'll give you a technique called Crisis Teaching, which help you stay calm, teach your child self-control, and deliver consequences to discourage such behavior.
You'll also discover how to teach your child to solve problems without resorting to tantrums or violence. Your child can learn new, positive ways to get what he or she wants; build strong, loving relationships with others; and repair damaged realtionships.
Angry Kids, Frustrated Parents can help you make the tough decisions and take caring steps needed to assure your child a happy and successful life.