emotional health and anger management of adolescent boys ;
Adolescents may exhibit variety of intense emotions during adolescence. In fact, this stage of life is characterized by being more emotional, more impulsive compared with rational caution against. However, it seems that men have a tendency to exhibit their emotions rather than adolescents. For example, young men and women can express anger differently and have different responses to this intense emotion. Of course, this is not true for all adolescents, but usually the society teaches males to express their anger outward while women learn to keep themselves anger, expressing only when it feels safe.
Due to the differences in these experiences, it is possible that men could be more aggressive, rebel and opposition – especially during their teenage years. However, there are risks and dangers that can come with expressing anger or opposition at the wrong time and in the wrong places. In fact, the result of his own inability to control anger can lead to damage one’s relationships at home, school and work. In extreme cases, failing to properly manage anger can lead to domestic violence and child abuse, workplace violence, and divorce. It is important that parents or caregivers to teach their teens manage their anger and use coping tools to deal with intense emotions in a healthy way.
Here are some effective ways to control anger:
emotional health, in general, is the ability to be able to know what is feels and when. It is not an easy skill. However, the development of this kind of awareness can facilitate what to do when the emotion of anger (or other intense emotion) is presented. Emotional health requires taking more breaks to be with oneself, using relaxation techniques, and communicate how you feel with someone you trust before letting emotion influences behavior. Emotional health also means taking responsibility for your own emotions. It is very common for a person who does not know how to manage their feelings of guilt to others or to make the person they are with the head of the emotions they are feeling. Obviously, this can create discomfort and tension in relationships.
If you are a parent or caregiver and you want to get an overview on how to be emotionally healthy before teaching their children, these skills can be learned in therapy, a kind of anger management community, or through private instruction. It is important to know that anger, if not handled or expressed, it can lead to psychological concern. Anger turned inward can lead to self-harm and suicidal thoughts. The anger expressed outwardly in an unhealthy way can lead to violence, intimidation and unhealthy relationships. And other intense emotions such as pain, sadness or loneliness, can also contribute to psychological illnesses.
If you are already concerned about the emotional and psychological health of your child, contact a mental health support.
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