Causes of Aggression in Adolescents

Multiple factors are effective in the appearance of aggression and violence in a young person. There is a link between social phenomena such as migration, economic distress, family, media, street children and being driven to crime.

Any of these factors can be effective in the child’s aggression and, as a result, in the child’s tendency to violence. Especially at this point, education in the family and the life offered to the child within the family are very important.

A child who sees his mother being beaten or who is beaten at home can direct the anger that he cannot express at home to other children in line with his strength at school.

The influence of the media on aggression is also undeniable. Violent TV series also heavily affect young people. Like the TV series in the past, productions with warm, sincere family ties and love are almost nonexistent. Violence, rape, moral corruption in the name of modernization became indispensable in popular TV series.

Young people take the characters in the TV series as role models. In the serials, the young adolescent model shows features that throw things on the ground, shouting and knocking on the door, unable to control her anger. It is impossible to watch them and not be affected. On top of that, they normalize violent behavior by playing violent games.

As problem solving ability, emotional response skills, communication, behavior control, roles, and showing the necessary attention decrease, the tendency to aggression and violence increases. It is not necessary to be a mental health professional to understand how important family communication is in preventing violence.

There is a proverb that says that the pear falls to the bottom. Aggressive behavior is a normalized pathology for a child growing up in a violent environment.

There is no problem that love and respect cannot solve. The only obstacle in front of you in raising your child with love and respect is whether you have grown up through this.

Psychotherapy for children and adolescents has the effect of facilitating the transition to adulthood.

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