Adolescence is one of the most difficult periods in a person’s life. The body changes a lot in adolescence, you experience feelings that you can’t explain. One of those feelings is anger, and it can get you out of control.
According to psychologists, when the feeling of anger in adolescents is out of control, it can lead to destructive behavior. This, in turn, leads to problems in school, in relationships with others and generally negatively affects the lives of adolescents. Those who cannot cope with anger are prone to verbal and physical aggression.
Fortunately, the sense of anger you can learn to manage. There are certain techniques by which adolescents can learn to recognize and control feelings of anger. To learn how to manage anger, it is important for a teenager to recognize his feelings and not to blame others or circumstances for their occurrence. Continue reading
You are confused by your child’s behavior. He doesn’t behave like you. He is reserved and indecisive. Instead of playing with his peers, he prefers to stand on the sidelines and watch them. When he talks to you, he is constantly confused, but most often silent, and you can not understand what is happening in his head. He spends a lot of time alone in his room. Teachers say they would like the child to be more active in the classroom. He communicates with only a few friends.
And, even more strangely – he likes it.
Congratulate. Your child is an introvert. Continue reading