3-Years-Old Son Punches His Mom Everyday. How To Deal With Aggressive Child With Supernanny's Advice

Family & Kids

January 11, 2019 17:50 By Fabiosa

Of course, it is not easy to raise children, especially when they are small, and require so much time and attention. For single moms, it is even more difficult, as they have to deal with everything alone.

Ashley is a young 25-year-old woman, who raises alone two children: 6-year-old daughter, Kayla, and 3-year-old son, Kaiden. Ashley claims that Kaiden is the most energetic kid she has ever met. He often kicks other people, screams and breaks everything that surrounds him. Ashley has already tried a lot of different methods to deal with it, but unfortunately, there were no results.

Fortunately, the Supernanny, a modern day Mary Poppins, can transform the wild ways of children, and help Ashley.

Here are some useful tips to calm down the aggressive child from the Supernanny:

Help him work out what he’s feeling

After the child has calmed down, you can talk to him about what was bothering and why. Kids have various feelings and they need to be taught how to deal with those feelings, especially anger.

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Teach him to empathize

Sometimes, children don’t pay attention to the effect their behavior might have on everyone else. You can, for example, explain how he would feel if someone did that to him.

Teach him how to calm down, not up

Deep breathing might be very effective. It is recommended to show your kid what to do by putting your hand on your chest and getting a child to do the same while taking in several deep breaths.

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Operate a zero-tolerance policy

Parents should not tolerate aggressive behavior at all. It is better to make house rules that aggression is not acceptable.

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Manage your own anger

No matter what, try not to let your own anger build up. Unfortunately, sometimes the aggressive behavior of a child can act as a trigger for parents to explode. Nevertheless, it is highly recommended to use a calm voice to express how you feel rather than yelling.

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Try using these tips in case you have any problems with your child’s behavior, and you will be surprised at how effective they are.

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