Angry, frustrated and ready to blow up! Peace leaves everyone and the yelling begins.
Take a deep breath and call a family meeting, and let's solve this problem,
:You must let the child express their feeling and why by letting them talk If you don't, their anger will be outward, and become stubborn and disobedient bottling their emotions. However, they often will talk themselves out of anger.
Telling the child "Cut it out" or "Stop that" is not allowing them to release their feelings, but we need to accept their negative emotions in a healthy way to release their feelings. Let the child know you are there for them and it will be okay. Always be an attentive listener helping the child work through their anger - a parent does not have to be harsh to be in control.
Frustration can be the most significant obstacle to achieving goals. We become frustrated when we are not able to achieve something we want to do to achieve our goals. For children, it is more frustrating because they are not equipped to deal with frustrations constructively.
If these frustrations aren't dealt with, it then can develop into anger and can develop into a destructive emotion which may become unhealthy emotions.
When you deal with frustration in your own life with impatience and anger toward them, will affect them and cause them to think that is the appropriate way to deaL with their frustrations.
The secret is to accept and acknowledge the child's anger and direct the child to an appropriate way to express anger. When their feelings are accepted, they feel you understand and don't feel they have to convince you. They then become calmer and anger are less likely to happen.