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Anger Coping Skills For Children-Anger Management

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Anger Issues

 

Anger issues is becoming more severe as time goes by, even our children are becoming angry and out of control. Could the best strategy for our anger management be our diets, today the majority of people live on 90% processed and fast food. These chemicals we are putting into our bodies is affecting our health both physically and emotionally, it is not normal for our children to have so much anger inside of them. Possibly we should change our diets to more whole natural foods and less processed, by changing your diet in this way many people will experience less anxiety and less anger.

 

Anger Issue Signs In Children

 

  • Hitting
  • Biting
  • Spitting
  • Fighting
  • Bullying
  • Screaming
  • Tantrums
  • Aggression
  • Kicking
  • Blaming Others
  • Improper Behavior

 

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Anger Management

 

Anger management is learning how to recognize your anger signs and dealing with them in a positive way, I really feel our children are becoming monsters from the chemicals we have been consuming for many generations. The majority of children with anger issues don’t feel their anger building up, their anger just explodes so suddenly they are just reacting. I have noticed myself changing my diet has reduced my anxiety and I am able to handle stress much calmer than in the past; I feel this same strategy would make a huge difference in many children’s lives as well.

 

Anger Awareness

 

Many children are reacting to triggers which is setting their anger on fire, many adults struggle with anger, so how can we expect our children to manage their anger when we cannot? First step for adults and children would be to identify your triggers, this often is the most difficult step for many people with anger problems. Many people expresses their anger just comes so quickly before they can react, knowing the physical signs is your next step and these two steps will eliminate or reduce your emotional reaction with anger.

 

  • Identify your triggers
  • Learn skills to calm yourself down
  • Solving the problem
  • Communicating

 

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Triggers

 

Many children have triggers which is obvious to understand, the majority of children when over tired will become angry very quickly. Most people today experience sleep problems, solving your sleep problems can be a huge step to managing your anger. Processed foods increase people’s sleep problems, this is especially true when you eat processed foods late in the evening. Gluten foods have been found to be a major trigger for both sleep and anger problems, again managing our diets might be the solution everyone is looking for?

 

Physical Signs

 

  • Fatigue
  • Headaches
  • Sleepy
  • Digestive
  • Rapid Heart Beat
  • Shakiness


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Emotional Signs

 

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Stress
  • Violent
  • Aggressive

 

What Can You Do?

 

  • Talk out your anger
  • Positive self-talk
  • Time out safe place
  • Writing down your feelings & thoughts
  • Drawing
  • Coloring
  • Deep breathing for kids
  • Relaxation for kids
  • Guided meditation for kids
  • Visualization


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What Is On My Mind Today?

 

Sometimes the solutions to our problems are right in front of our face and we just don’t see them, many children are consuming high amounts of sugar and caffeine during their day. these two alone can cause sleep and anger problems, anxiety and even depression from the crash after these burnout of our systems. These are all addictive and over consuming will affect your health, often cutting back on these is a first step for many people to see if this makes any difference in their sleep and anger issues?

 

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6 Comments

  • Israel says:

    Hi Jeff!

    I don’t have kids at the moment, but I see parents on the streets dealing with theirs and it really hits me when I realize the little attention they pay to their behavior.

    I think if you commit to raise a little person and you want them to grow up healthy, body and mind, you need to put some effort on that matter.

    Today, there’s so many bad influence out there for kids, that parents should be the first line of defense and try to give their children the resources to fight them and be happy.

    Thanks for laying out all these tips, I think it’s a very interesting piece of advice nowadays.

    • admin says:

      Thank You

      Our children’s health is going downhill, not only physically but also emotionally with anger problems and many other behavior problems which parents are not able to handle unless they start to feed their children more nutritious food

      Jeff

  • Dave says:

    Wow! Am amazed that foods might be a good reason my kid is a beast. She flares up and won’t come down any time soon.

    Sometimes I have to get out of the house to get some air when she heats up. I think I should stop feeding her those chemicals.

    But I also wonder how well she will receive whole foods. Have you tried them on your kid? And how did they take them?

    • admin says:

      Thank You

      When you start your children out early on healthy whole foods you have no problems, it is more difficult when you wait until they are older and addicted to the unhealthy chemicals in food

      Jeff

  • Deborah says:

    Very informative website about coping with anger and the reasons behind it such as diet fatigue and digestive issues. You offered some sound advice on what can be done for anger management. You also have a pop up for subscription that I couldn’t close which made reading difficult. I don’t sigh up for subscriptions only because they end up in my spam folder.

    • admin says:

      Thank You

      I apologize for the subscription form problem, I do appreciate you visiting my website and commenting on my article today.

      Jeff

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