Thanks for joining our two Hand in Hand instructors, Dr. Pamela Oatis and Roma Norriss, for this discussion on helping children with aggression. Aggression in our children can be overwhelming. It can raise a myriad of difficult feelings in us … Continue reading
Mușcă?! Împinge?! Trage de păr?! Copilul tău s-a năpustit vreodată asupra altuia și l-a rănit? Poate un alt copil agresiv l-a deranjat pe al tău? Aproape toți părinții fac eforturi pentru a înțelege și a-și ajuta copiii când îi rănesc … Continue reading
Agresivitatea , comportament al copiilor ce ne pune aproape pe toți în impas. Toți părinții se confruntă la un moment dat cu agresivitatea copiilor. Devine exasperant, extenuant, ne copleșesc emoțiile și nu mai știm ce să facem ca să scăpăm … Continue reading
An emotional project is a set of persistent feelings or behaviors that come up for your child again and again. When the same feeling or behavior is triggered many times in somewhat similar situations (like always hating to go to school or daycare, or always becoming aggressive if other children crowd too close), it indicates that there’s a big hurt under the surface. To heal that hurt, you’ll need to listen many times to the same big feelings—“You don’t care about me!” or “It’s not fair! It’s never fair!” As your child cries or rages and you listen with care, the two of you together will drain that big hurt, and change your child’s overall outlook on life and on his relationship with you.
Has your child ever lashed out and hurt someone? Have you had to deal with biting, hitting, pulling hair? Has another aggressive child ever bothered your child? If your answer is yes then join the crowd! It’s a shock to … Continue reading
Of course we parents worry that if we show warmth and even humour when a child is acting aggressively, he won’t learn to govern his behaviour. This concern is rooted in the idea that the child who lashes out is choosing to do so. In fact, the child who hits out feels trapped an emotional corner, and is in what Patty Wipfler calls an “emotional emergency.”
We’ve all been there. We reach the end of our rope and then the yelling starts, and the threats. Afterward, we may promise ourselves this won’t happen again, we’ll be calmer next time, but then the next time comes, often … Continue reading
Sok 1-3 év közötti kisgyerek esik át harapós időszakon. Megharapják anyát, apát vagy egy másik gyereket, és ezzel nem kis aggodalmat keltenek. Ennek a viselkedésnek semmi köze sincs ahhoz, hogy egy gyerek mennyire jó, vagy mennyire jók a szülei. Viszont … Continue reading
How can I help my child stop hitting his siblings?