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Aggression is a common occurrence in children and we see it often when there’s a new sibling. It is a fear response and one that can be tricky to unravel.
If we take a global look at our child and work on ways to build in connective practices while also allowing the tantrum to fully occur we can get movement with aggression.
Long time listener Ashley fully understands the modes of Peace and Parenting it’s just a pep talk she needs to reassure her she’s on the right path.
- Aggression is fear, fear of needs not being met
- The connective nature of tantrums are therapeutic
- Empathy for feelings of jealousy can help offload feelings
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