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Behaviors At School

Behaviors Related To Aggression

Children need to assert themselves. Parents must allow children to fulfill this need; otherwise, parents may find themselves being forced into confrontations for no particular reason. Include the child in certain decisions, involve the child in planning activities, and give the child responsibility for choosing certain courses of action the family may take. Letting a child with strong aggression have some control will go a long way toward channeling this tendency in positive ways. Many children feel they have no say in anything, that no one listens to them or lets them be in charge of anything. For them, it is a terrible and helpless feeling. It doesn’t mean the parents always have to do what the child demands! What it does mean is that the parent must listen to the child. The aggression need can often be met by just listening to and considering the child’s point of view. It can be that simple.

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  • The Agitator
  • The Angry
  • The Animal
  • The Apple Polisher
  • The Authority Pusher
  • The Cheater
  • The Chiseler
  • The Clique
  • The Crier (Who Sheds Tears)
  • The Defier
  • The Destroyer
  • The Do-Nothing
  • The Exploder
  • The Foulmouth
  • The Gossip
  • The Griper
  • The Habitual Absentee
  • "I Won't Do It"
  • The Interrupter
  • The Last Worder
  • The Lewd
  • The Liar
  • The Negative Group
  • The Noisemaker
  • "Not My Fault"
  • The Overly Aggressive
  • The Procrastinator
  • The Questioner
  • The Rabble Rouser
  • The Rebel
  • The Repeater
  • The Scrapper
  • The Show-Off
  • The Smart Aleck
  • The Smartmouth
  • The Snotty
  • The Spoiled
  • The Talker
  • The Thief
  • The Troublemaker