When they can no longer get the adrenaline anger rush, they go after it full force. But if you can remain nonreactive for a long enough period of time, the conflict driven behavior usually significantly diminishes. Remember that yelling shows your child that you, the almighty parent, has lost control. Your child will always do more of what you do, not what you say. Therefore, the more you can model calm behavior, the calmer your child will become.
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What Not To Do When Your ADHD Child Is Angry
Jeremy was a bright student who worked hard and succeeded academically. Children with ADHD have trouble sustaining attention. They are overly active and they may act impulsively. Emotional outbursts and physical aggression are not easily controlled when a child has ODD, and this behavior can cause a lot of stress for families.
Many children do outgrow aggressive and defiant behaviors, but it could take 10 years or more. Barkley said the best opportunity for successful intervention for these troubling behaviors is when kids are young. A new study published in September in the Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry shows that adding a common antipsychotic medication, risperidone Risperdal , to the usual treatment of ADHD stimulant medication plus parent training can reduce aggression more than stimulants and parent training alone.
While the combination of stimulants, parent training, and risperidone has been shown to be an effective course of treatment, nonmedical interventions are useful as well.
Helping children improve their academic performance through tutoring may also lead to more confidence and less defiant behavior. A study published in in the Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders showed that learning and practicing mindfulness can help adolescents focus on and positively address a situation that may have otherwise caused aggressive behavior. In a separate study, published in Psychology Report, researchers looked at the frequency of ADHD symptoms in children in the classroom compared to the same symptoms with a private tutor.
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They had teachers and tutors complete the same ADHD rating scales commonly used in diagnosis. They found that both ADHD behaviors and oppositional behaviors, such as refusing to comply or disrespecting the teacher, are reduced in one-on-one sessions versus in a classroom. Approaching a child who is having a meltdown incorrectly can escalate, rather than defuse, the situation—and make it even harder for a child with ADHD to calm down.
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Children with ADHD become overwhelmed by stimuli more easily than other children. As such, if you lose your cool even in minor ways like raising your voice or snapping at your child , he will only become more upset. Take a deep breath, count to ten, then do your best to demonstrate patience and compassion. Remember that children learn how they should behave primarily through observing their parents, so modeling appropriate anger management methods will help your child behave better, too.
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