The Psychological Effects of Yelling At A Child/Teen

The Potential Psychological Effects of Yelling at a Teen should be considered, and Parents should try to deal with their Anger without Yelling at their Teen.

Is Yelling at My Teen As a Parent Bad?

Yelling at your teenager will often make your teenagers shun you, and become further reluctant to respect your parental authority.

What Does Yelling Do To a Child?

- It can take an Emotional toll on the Adolescent.

- Yelling at your Teenager gives them the attention they want and encourages them to act out in more Dramatic Ways.

As a Parent You Can Do Instead of Yelling at Your Teen

- Establish a list of acceptable behaviors and consequences.

- You should avoid such Behaviors and Habits (smoking, drugs, alcohol) that can influence your child.

- Praise your Child for their Good Behavior

As Parents, How You Can Control Yelling at Your Teen?

- If you find out why you blow a gasket, you will be able to control it better.

- Following the Advice of a Professional

- Specialists recommend Families sit down together and create a “Yes” List.

- Listen to Your Anger, as Opposed to Ignoring it.

- Let Go of Parenting Guilt

- Avoid Physical Discipline


Is Your Teen Struggling?

Speak to a Teen Expert For Free. No Wait List!

(213) 855-4732

Our Goal Is To Help Your Teen Be Happier.  We Know How To Help

Cities nearby our Westwood Los Angeles office: Beverly Hills | Century City | Brentwood | Santa Monica | Malibu | Pacific Palisades | Marina Del Rey | Culver City | Mar Vista | Inglewood | Beverlywood | Cheviot Hills | West Hollywood | Mid-Wilshire | Bel Air | Westchester | Playa Del Ray | Miracle Mile |