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Often times I asked if angry parent are going to produce angry children? While there isn't specific evidence that a particular biological factor is necessarily genetic in nature that sort of guarantees a child is going to be angry, there may be some temperamental things that are passed on. Things like general neuroticism or inattention that might make angry or aggressive behaviors more likely in children who have parents with those kind of traits that might be biological in nature. But for the most part what's critical and it does matter who your parents are are the angry behaviors that are displayed or modeled by those parents. That children watch and experience.
So there is lots of evidence that in the laboratory and we see this clinically as well that parents who demonstrate how anger and aggression might work to coerce or get compliance from their children those children might learn those strategies in their own lives dealing with peers. Likewise if someone has an anger management problem and not are they demonstrating that. They're likely not utilizing strategies that are sort of effective for coping with anger. And so they're not modeling the pro social tools that children need to learn. And what we've seen by some studies done decades ago is that children in fact do learn readily by adults modeling these behaviors.
One of the original studies was done on something, a toy that many of us might of grown up with called the Bobo Doll. Which was basically this inflatable clown toy that's punched. And what happened is we actually, the social scientists that did this study, they actually had children observe an adult come into the room and punch the doll. And simply from watching the adult they learned to take on this behavior. They didn't have to be reinforced for punching something themselves. Merely by watching an adult do it they adopted that strategy. So without question certainly the way families interact, the kind of models they provide, has a huge implications for the kinds of anger management strategies and aggressive behaviors that a child might
I was raised with a very abusive parent on a daily basis. Somehow I have not learned that behavior and am quiet the opposite with my kids. I'm very gentle, nurturing, encouraging and loving to my girls. Honestly I don't understand why I was treated so cruelly but am completely grateful I did not turn out anything like my mother.
I am veryyyyyyyyyy sensitive , get angry really fast , get irritated by little things , small things that don't matter to people , are huge for me , small small things / words can make my heart hurt a Lot .
I am crazy .
I know that .
Planning to transport myself to another far away planet , till then thanks for tolerating me dear Earth .
Thanks . 😓
Alexandra Tejada Hey! Now that I think of it my uncle stressed on doing at least 2 minute meditation session twice a day ! Slowly increase your time .
*:P you guys!*
He also wrote ' you are very sensitive , really need to pay attention on diet , don't lose your temper , minimum 5 litres of water a day ( I barely manage one or two ) because your stomach is heated up , no cold drinks ( as in Coke , soda ) for you , normal room temperature water . Haven't had Coke etc in months but living on room temp water in summers.....ice cold water is really tempting 😓
Thanks again! 👍😁
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