18 Traits Of A School Bully, And How To Watch Your Kid For Them
Some children are naturally destructive and they enjoy ripping and throwing things around the house. Other children are mainly destructive when they get angry. For example, a child who is destructive when they get angry would rip up a classmate’s drawing if they get angry at them. The latter is more concerning according to Children and Schools because these children can pick on other children if they get into a conflict with them. It is a red flag if your child throws toys or rips up their sibling’s belongings when they get angry. If you notice that your child is destructive when they get angry, teach your child that their actions are not okay. Explain that they cannot take back their actions after they cool down.