5 skills children need to learn to manage anger effectively: Parenting Coach explains

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Published on Apr 12, 2024 06:00 AM IST

  • From effective communication to identifying emotions, here are a few skills that children should know to express anger in a healthy manner.

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Published on Apr 12, 2024 06:00 AM IST

Often children may feel bouts of anger. They end up reacting in an overwhelming way. As parents, we should be mindful of teaching them the skills that are required to navigate through anger in a healthy manner. “Helping kids learn to manage anger is crucial for their well-being. Teach them to recognize feelings, like anger, and express them in words. Encourage problem-solving and talking about what’s bothering them. By building these skills, children can navigate their emotions more effectively,” wrote Parenting Coach Analisa Carrillo. Here are a few skills that children should learn.(Gettyimages)

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Parents should help children in identifying the emotions that they are feeling and label them consciously. This helps in creating better emotional awareness. (Unsplash)
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Parents should help children in identifying the emotions that they are feeling and label them consciously. This helps in creating better emotional awareness. (Unsplash)

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Through effective communication, children can express themselves and communicate the way they are feeling. This can help them to communicate anger in a healthy way. (Unsplash)
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Through effective communication, children can express themselves and communicate the way they are feeling. This can help them to communicate anger in a healthy way. (Unsplash)

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Identifying the things and situations that act as trigger for their anger and finding coping skills to deal with it can help them. (Unsplash)
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Identifying the things and situations that act as trigger for their anger and finding coping skills to deal with it can help them. (Unsplash)

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Often children end up being aggressive when they are anger. When we help them develop assertive skills, they can deal with anger without aggression. (Unsplash)
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Often children end up being aggressive when they are anger. When we help them develop assertive skills, they can deal with anger without aggression. (Unsplash)

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Conflicts are natural, but the way children can resolve them is important. We should teach them to be empathetic and compassionate to resolve conflicts in a safe and heathy way.(Photo by Christopher Ryan on Unsplash)
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Conflicts are natural, but the way children can resolve them is important. We should teach them to be empathetic and compassionate to resolve conflicts in a safe and heathy way.(Photo by Christopher Ryan on Unsplash)

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