Recognize Why Children Cry? Angry, Sad, Overwhelmed or Needs Something or Wants Attention?
“This week we’re continuing to talk about the “B” word—behavior; and this week is a doozy because it’s all about ANGER! The results of a child’s anger can be unpredictable and unpleasant. Yet it is one emotion children display which can be easier to trace than sadness!
Children become angry for a number of reasons. What’s important to remember is that a child’s anger should never be punished because anger is an emotion that lets us all know that something is wrong. What a child chooses to do with their anger, (ie their behavior) can help you determine what steps you need to take next.
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