As human beings we must recognize that we all usually have moments of rebellion where we tend to present disruptive attitudes that do not go with what society dictates, or with how we should act in front of society. These attitudes are usually related especially when we are small and young, because when we are small we get to the idea that things should be done as we want, we do not have in mind that we must follow rules. Keep in mind that learning the rules is like learning to speak, with practice and as we grow and that others teach us new words we can understand why these new teachings are important. As we said, disruptive behaviors are usually considered as an act of age or circumstances that can hide the pattern of altered behavior of a child or youth. Likewise, we have in mind that anyone can present disruptive behaviors including adults, but this time in 123pormi we want to talk to parents explaining why they present themselves and what these behaviors mean in children and adolescents.
According to the online magazine Psychology and mind there are alerts or symptoms that your child is presenting disruptive behaviors or that he is accumulating anger, or that he is about to present disruptive actions:
• Social isolation
• Harassment behavior towards other people.
• Tendency to negative behaviors.
• Theft or theft behavior.
• Destruction or intentional damage to the property of others, public or private.
• Tendency to blame others.
• Actively challenge authority.
• Refusal to comply with norms or rules.
• Cruelty samples with animals.
• Tendency to play with fire.
• Lack of empathy
• Lack of remorse
• Persistent Negativity
• Constant irritability
As you can see, disruptive actions can be a way in which your children release feelings that are accrued, express emotions of disagreement with something, must be present in the lives of their children, supporting them to express their feelings so that they do not have to reach extremes of exploding in front of society with disruptive behaviors. Teach your children the idea of self-control, how they should remain calm and how there are better ways to express feelings or to let off steam, they can focus their anger on things like sports or extracurricular activities.