The ParentsCanada article was written by Angela Low, based on tip sheets created by Dr. Dale Stack, Elana August, Lindsey Barrieau, Christine Blain-Arcaro, Ciara Briscoe, and Irene Mantis, on behalf of PREVNet.
Instances of aggressive behaviour in children can be physical, verbal, or relational. It's important to teach children healthy strategies for dealing with their emotions so they have alternatives to expressing these in an aggressive manner.
The article provides sound advice for parents around modeling their own behaviour, talking about emotions, using play to teach about emotions, and more.
Read the ParentsCanada article here.