Here’s Your Guide for Helping Children with Aggressive Behavior

You’re on the way to a warm, peaceful, and cooperative family life.

Most parents will want to begin here to get a clear understanding of the Hand in Hand approach to helping children with off-track behavior: Click to read about the Hand in Hand approach when working with aggression in children.

Many different aspects of aggressive behavior have been discussed by Hand in Hand teachers from around the world. We gathered the talks here so you quickly listen to hear the ones that are most relevant to your situation: Click to listen to Hand in Hand Instructors share their best thinking on helping your child with aggressive behavior.

This booklet, from the Listening to Children series by Hand in Hand Founder, Patty Wipfler, looks more specifically at tantrums and how they fit into a child’s emotional development. Click to read “Tantrums and Indignation“.

Hurtful behavior doesn’t come out of nowhere, even though it may often feel that way. Even though we parents may not always understand what it is, aggressive behavior does have a cause. Click to watch as Patty Wipfler discusses the roots of aggressive behavior and what to look for.

Want to hear how real people are using these tools at home to help their children turn around aggressive behavior? Click for real-world examples you can apply at your house.

And there’s one more tip you don’t want to miss: Learn this valuable tool to set limits on aggressive behavior.

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