Teaching Kids to Express Anger Appropriately

Children need to express themselves when they're angry.
Parents can help, by providing guidelines for appropriate

These strategies will minimize inappropriate "back talk"
(rudeness and disrespect):

-- Try to stay calm, while helping your child find another
way to let off steam.
-- Be a role model. When you treat others with respect, your
child is more likely to treat you with respect.
-- If your child talks back, explain that it is inappropriate
behavior and cite a consequence.

Children need to be allowed to express their feelings -
constructively and appropriately.

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