Anger manifests ( A note on critical social issue )
Aggression in children can be a symptom of many different underlying problems. Parents, teachers and other adults who care for children should always take this type of destructive behaviour seriously. Understanding the cause behind such an outburst is the first step towards understanding the child.
Adults tend to have better control when they get angry. Children, however, may turn their energy toward violent behaviour. Sometimes, children even initiate behaviour of others. This exposure can occur in the home as a result of abuse, particularly in homes where drug or alcohol use is common.
Children also mimic aggression they witness while watching TV or movies. Parents must understand that there their behaviour should not affect children and instead should adopt a healthy method of communication.