Passive Aggressive Diaries

Understanding passive aggressive behavior in families, schools, and workplaces

Reponding to Anger in Children

Bottom line: Some moments kids can use their logical brains and other moments they can’t—especially during periods of stress. Having an awareness of this helps adults make better choices when it comes to responding to the angry outbursts of young people. Read More

Very Helpful!

This post is really very helpful when it comes to dealing with angry kids or teens. What parents need to remember is that 'tit for tat' is not going to work here. In fact, it will ruin everything. Therefore, remaining cool and reacting peacefully is the solution. Luckily, I have come across a great tip to deal with anger in others:

http://www.dadabhagwan.org/scientific-solutions/relationship/deal-with-a...

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Signe Whitson is a licensed social worker and co-author of The Angry Smile: The Psychology of Passive Aggressive Behavior in Families, Schools, and Workplaces, 2nd ed.

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