Dealing with intimidating behaviour

Feeling angry and upset at times is natural and acceptable and most people do at some point or another, so let your child know this.

You may be feeling isolated and unable to share this with anyone as you may fear being judged for your child’s behaviour.

You can get support from us directly from one of our family support workers through the Family Lives Helpline on 08.

Dealing with intimidating behaviour comments

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