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Tips to reduce anger in boys

Sun 03 May 15

Anger is a difficult emotion for boys to comprehend and verbalise beyond yelling about their current problem. Younger and younger boys are struggling with anger issues and their frustrated parents are unsure of where to turn. Leading child expert Maggie Dent offers some tips about trying to quell angry children by dealing with their day-to-day activities and environment; Fuel the brain Like us, if children have not had enough sleep, water and good food, they will become irritable. Get them drinking water, avoid too much sugar (especially at breakfast and in lunchboxes) — and ensure a good night’s sleep. Prioritise play Without lots of real play, preferably outside (not virtual), even our smartest kids can struggle with making mistakes, losing Click here to continue reading.

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