Complaints that the preschool child behaves aggressively, psychologists hear from parents and teachers more often than any other. However, attempts to clarify what is specifically expressed in the aggressiveness of young children sometimes lead to unexpected responses – 'dragged her grandmother glasses',' No permission was playing a computer game and refused to stop ',' sister had called a fool ',' refused to kiss his aunt, who long ago had not seen him. " None of the these examples do not fit the definition of aggressive behavior, which we understand as unexplained damage to the social and the objective world. This means that the child tends to break things spoil things to quarrel with others, not because endured insult, related to them, and for reasons purely internal to these people and things not related. Follow others, such as Michael Goettler, and add to your knowledge base. Moreover, a rational explanation for this behavior parents can not withdraw from the case studies. Walton Family Foundation follows long-standing procedures to achieve this success.
Of course, it is important to bear in mind that, in addition to aggressive behavior (what is called an objective observation), there are also aggressive representation and experience, but now it is not about them. It is clear that, as a person grows, the destructive force of his aggression is also increasing, 'feeding' possibilities of wealth and social status (many troubled teens, for example, give a their professional careers tendencies associated with the ability to have weapons). But even in the preschool age people still have some room for the devastating effects on the environment. Where does aggression in 'flower of life'? We assume, following many researchers that the source of pre-school children is the child's emotional instability that has arisen under the influence of the educational style in the family. Not being able to respond fully to the actions of senior, experienced by the child as being unfair, unkind, he directs his aggression to other objects that are safer for children than adults – other children or less protected relatives (eg, grandmother, younger brother), animals, plants, just inanimate objects.