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When we talk about aggressiveness, we are talking about intentionally hurting another person and manifesting it through: scratching, yelling, pushing, swearing, biting, kicking, etc.
Now imagine, for example, that you are in the park watching your child play and suddenly he slaps another child or even bites him. If your child is one year old or is around 2 years old, is a relatively common behavior and you should not be overly alarmed. This type of behavior is normal at these ages as a form of communication. Although it is important that you continually remember your child that these aggressive behaviors are unacceptable, and you must teach him other ways to express his feelings so that these behaviors that will bring negative consequences do not continue.
Aggressive behavior It can be due to problems at school, a neurological disorder or as a result of a conflictive relationship with their parents. Be that as it may, it has negative consequences for the child himself and also for everyone around him, both in the family environment and in the school environment.
1. When this behavior is repeated over time, the child it can be rejected and avoided by other children. This little by little will undermine his self-confidence, he will become a lonely child, distrustful and without tools with which to approach others and establish real relationships.
2. If we do not help to avoid this behavior, the child will be learning an inappropriate way of acting, which when he is a little older it will bring you trouble and negative effects.
3. Also, the aggressive child may also be the target of another aggression, as a result of their conduct.
4. The child who is not capable of adapting to his environment due to his aggressive attitude when they are older usually has associated school failure problems. If this is not corrected in childhood, it will lead to adolescents and adults with anti-social behaviors, low self-esteem and poor resolution capacity.
A child by himself is not able to assess the consequences of his way of acting. They are the parents, teachers or guardians who have the role to help change the aggressive attitude for a more positive and assertive one.
- It is very common that these violent behaviors can be changed presenting another model of behavior and acting in the situation in which they react aggressively.
- You have to pay close attention to the type of discipline applied to the childAs this will be one of the most important factors responsible for whether your behavior will be aggressive or not. For example, a father who is always disapproving and punishing his son with constant physical and mental aggression, will be encouraging aggressiveness.
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