Monthly Archives: September 2018
Puberty is the time of transition from childhood to adulthood, during which the child experiences emotional turmoil and physical changes. He is not yet an adult, but he is no longer a child. This period can be extremely confusing for the child and, as a consequence, lead him to irrational actions.
As parents, you will always strive to understand how your child feels and help him. It will be easier for you to achieve this, knowing what social changes are happening to him.
Social changes in puberty
Consider the most important social changes that occur with boys and girls in puberty.
1. Search for your own identity Continue reading
Does your teen show aggression at home? You are not alone in this. Many parents claim that their teenagers are often aggressive-both at home and in the circle of peers.
Adolescence is associated with physical and hormonal changes. This confuses teenagers and makes them unsure of themselves.
In addition, during this period, adolescents begin to re-evaluate their role in society and the family. Together, these factors can lead a teenager to outbursts of aggression, and at the same time he probably does not know how to cope with complex emotions.
In addition to the above, consider a number of other factors that can cause aggression in adolescents. Continue reading