Teen violence is the extreme actions of troubled teenagers and can put the health and well being of siblings, parents and peers at risk. If your teenager is becoming more violent as a reaction to an increasingly troubled behavior, it’s time to take the control back and educate yourself on what’s going on with your teenager and what you as a parent can do about it.
You may wish that your violent teen would just go back to normal, but without some kind of interference, your teen will just continue this destructive pattern of violence. If your child is using violence as a way to get what they want, control you and other family members and to express anger, you must learn how to deal with it. From changing your behavior in the home to contacting therapists and behavior management programs, there are a range of resources you can tap into to get help for your violent teen. Instead of feeling hopeless about how your teenager is acting, choose hope.
It’s important to guide your angry teen toward a path that will truly help them learn new problem solving techniques and help them cope with life’s challenges in a healthier way. YOur teen will definitely be resistant to your initial efforts to help out. That’s why you need to read everything you can on what to expect, what steps to take and what treatments are most effective in helping violent teenagers.
Here are 5 articles that are excellent resources to help you get started with identifying and resolving your violent teen’s behavior:
- Warning Signs OF Youth Violence
- How to Manage Violent Behavior in Children and Teens
- Teen violence at home: When teenage anger turns to violence
- Violent Behavior In Children & Teens
- Talking With Teens About Tough Issues: Violence
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