Anger Ages 13-18
|Helping your Children navigate their Teen years:|
|Managing Anger: Theirs and Yours|
Anger without control can sometimes be dangerous and may even become violent. Many adults are not good at managing anger, and expressing this emotion in a healthy way. Some adults see anger as an emotion that should be suppressed, because it leads to trouble.
With the many changes that occur during adolescence, it’s not unusual for teenagers to feel anger and resentment toward parents. Adolescents struggle to establish prepare for adulthood.
|What If the Anger Doesn’t Stop?|
|When anger becomes a chronic problem for someone in the family, the underlying issue may be larger than you or your teen can manage. If you even think your family is at this crisis point, or if you even think you or any member of your family has a serious problem with anger management, it’s time to seek help from a mental health professional. Recognize that this situation necessitates counseling, and sometimes that means the entire family will need help.|