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Violence In The Home - Teens & Children

Domestic violence has been around for centuries. It not only affects the two people involved in the fight but it involves the entire household. Some women are afraid that their short tempered husbands are taking out their anger on the young teen children.

Sometimes violence in the home doesn't have to be physically but can equally be emotionally frustrating for the children that are affected. Some women are wondering what they can do to help their husbands understand their violent outbursts cause damage to the young children.

Like most emotions, anger is good to express as long as it is not taken to a violent level. You need to make sure that when someone is expressing angry feelings they have a right to as long as it doesn't turn to physical or emotional harm.

Some people use feelings of anger to deal with things in a negative way. Other people have learned to deal with angry feelings by taking their frustration out on things such as exercise or running. There are many different things you can do if you or someone you know has problems controlling their negative feelings.

Listed below are some things one can do to control their angry feelings.

  • One of the best ways to cope with anger is to exercise. It may be a long walk. A hike. Or even getting a punching bag and having at it.
  • Some people have found that they deal with anger by meditating and breathing and counting to ten.
  • If these things do not work you may want to find a anger management class or talk to a counselor.
  • If things get out of control in your home you can call the The National Domestic Violence Hotline (1-800-799-7233)

As parents sometimes we don't think like our young children. They watch and take in everything we do as parents. A small fight between two adult parents may not seem big to us, but is very traumatic for teens and young kids. If you have a teen in your family that is dealing with anger issues and needs help, contact us and we may be able to find a solution. If you teen cannot control his anger and is struggling in school, we have residential boarding schools that can help him get caught up in school.

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