What should parents do to help their teens with controlling their anger-management problems?
Get them involved in sport if you can. It is one of the best ways to get rid of pent up energy.
Teens are more hyper and emotional than other people. Its because they started viewing world in some different angle. Awareness and training is the thing which can make them to control their anger.
Parents should behave like best friend with them and then slowly slowly should ask their kid to no yell or get angry.
If we go scientifically then so many things effects the teen behavior, like diet, companionship, social relations etc
Anger is a spiritual matter and comes from
a choice and consequence of good or bad
decisions.It is not bad to be angry.It is bad when you let it "CONTROL" WHAT YOU SAY AND DO.
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