3 tricks to channel anger and frustration in children

In a very common way we make the mistake of trying to calm children when they get angry by telling them that they should behave well, that they should not be angry over nonsense, that they should not have a bad temper … In short, speeches that tend to complicate even more the heads of the small and distress them more than what they already are.

With greater or lesser reasons, it is logical that children get angry and stressed, as it happens to us adults, but we can do much more for them when it comes to solving it and with techniques that go far beyond the traditional discourse which usually leads to nothing.

Take note of some of the best ways that children can relax and better channel their anger and frustration.



  • Teach him to caress : it can be the house pet, his parents or even his dolls and stuffed animals. Teaching cuddling and caressing makes us happy and helps us relieve endorphins, almost like when we are in a state of infatuation or exercise. The little ones will learn to relax in this loving way, while developing their capacity to give affection towards others. All advantages.
  • Give her feet or back massages without tickling. This is essential to achieve a full state of relaxation that with tickling we would not achieve, since they generally produce the opposite effect.
  • Music to learn to relax: although young children love rhythms and songs made especially for them, this type of music usually seeks the interaction of children and their stimulation, or what is the same, the opposite of a state of relaxing. When you want him to disconnect from the daily day or see that he is very nervous, go to lullabies or background or classical music with which you will achieve the desired disconnection effect. Help him in the process by lying on the ground next to your child, and speak in a soft voice to accompany you in visualizing beautiful things such as flowers or clouds.

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Although words may also be necessary, especially at certain times, it is good to know and remember that they are not always enough, and that a young child learns much better with practical exercises than with theories that are still quite beyond his understanding and reasoning.

These three relaxation techniques can be extremely simple, especially when we need to calm an excessively angry child and the idea of containing his exaggerated tantrum seems impossible, but if we tend to practice them regularly, or even every day if possible, soon we will We will realize the importance of acquiring certain relaxation habits to know how to control those moments of anger later and show a greater dose of patience.

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