4. Their Behavior Should Have Consequences

Your child’s behavior should always have consequences. If they follow the rules you’ve established together (which will help them manage their anger), you should reward them. If they don’t listen to you and they break those rules, then their behavior should have some negative consequences. Also, there needs to be immediate consequences if they behave aggressively and those consequences could be the loss of some privileges, doing some extra chores or you could even give them some time out.

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