Okay, I need to know his age, what he's doing and if there are any specific changes happening in his/your life right now before helping you is possible, okay?
I still can't get a grip on what you are seeing as a pattern of why he is so angered which is the reason why he is doing this. Has daddy stopped paying attn to him? have you - sorry to ask - begun to react/act differently to something happening differently lately?
Many, many things could cause this behaviour. Daddy stopped coming around, you acting different even if you don't think you are, are you seeing someone new? Has something changed in his life school, friends, caretakers?
If you are concerned I would take him to a child pyschologist or counselor. I had to do that with my daughter. She still is a work in progress but she is getting better slooooowly. Part of her issue had to do with the fact that she was upset that we moved away from her grandmother and her dad. Kids acting out in anger sometimes is just their way of getting more attention even if its negative. That's whay my daughter's counselor told me because I couldn't for the life me understand why she chooses to act out when she knows she is heavily rewarded when she acts good. Apparently I give her more attention when she is bad than good. Maybe try ignoring him when he acts out and over emphasize and praise him when he is good. That one technique I am currently trying.
He may be acting out because of a recent change in his life. I suggest you try and talk to him to see if he can explain what's bothering him.
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