Dealing with a violent child may be a terrible experience to many adult because of many reasons, and execute discipline is a huge deal. You may be anxious about the safely of the violent child or the safety of people nearby, or even your own protection. Taking action quickly may be necessary during the explosion of violence in order to prevent serious injury or damage. If you’re raising a cruel child, or a violent child is under your frequent care, look for professional training before advancing physical restraint. If the violent child is not yours, you need to understand thoroughly the policies before using any physical action.
Things you may need
- Two people or more
- A phone
- All for help immediately before encountering a violent child and trying to execute discipline. The helper can be your husband, the older children, other staff or the police. If the process of discipline gets worse, you may have help on the way.
- Know the anger of the child and admit the feeling of the child to attempt to talk to him in order to clear away the anger.
Know the anger of the child and admit the feeling of the child to attempt to talk to him in order to clear away the anger.
- Ask the kid to get to a quiet or safe room if you have one. If you don’t have a safe area, and your child frequently hit the ceiling, then you need to make one like that. The safe room can be a big, separate room, an empty bedroom or other areas having stuffed animals, magazines or even pillows so that the child can’t hurt himself when dispelling his anger.
- Wrapping your child up in a blanket is recommended if you live this kind of love. Never wrap the head, neck or back of the baby, and don’t leave them alone even for one second. If your child likes fondling, fondle to ease him.
- Take the child to the emergency room if you can’t calm his mind, and ask for medical examination or suicide prevention. If the kid has damaged the property or hurt someone, ask the police to let the child get home until a trial can be held.
- Have your children do chores to earn money so that they can pay for any damage they’ve made. Prerogatives such as phone and computer must be taken away until the compensation for the damage has been made.
Have your children do chores to earn money so that they can pay for any damage they’ve made.
Advice and warnings
- Talk to your child when the rage reduces. Have your child enroll in a rage-control class. Consider checking drugs randomly if you feel that violence can be related to the abuse of banned substances.
- Be careful, as excessive violence can lead to legal action against you. The restraint must be one as the last method to stop the child from damaging or hurting any member in the family. They should only be used until the child is no longer a threat, or until the police or emergency workers has come to your home. Supervise your child during the house arrest and let him lose instantly when you realize that he has trouble breathing.
The restraint must be one as the last method to stop the child from damaging or hurting any member in the family.